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COP-18 in Doha: When There is No Low-hanging Fruit Left to Pick

Many scientists are pessimistic about the ability of the UNFCCC to deliver and claim loudly that the time for incremental climate mitigation is over.  Some social scientists favour minilateralism, a streamlining of the UNFCCC negotiating process to accelerate decision making by reducing the number of negotiating parties.  As the negotiating teams get busy in Doha, let us now consider whether the international community can deliver on a concerted, integrated response that matches the gravity of the climate predicament.

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  • COP-18 in Doha: When There is No Low-hanging Fruit Left to Pick (http://drbenjaminhabib.wordpress.com/2012/11/30/cop-18-doha/) Visit

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