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· Don't Be Taken Hostage by 'Climate Change'
· French organization: Voice of Underdeveloped on Climate Can't Be Stifled
· WWF: Energy Technology to Become 3rd Largest Industrial Sector
· EU's Emission Pledge Incompatible with Its Duties, Capacity
· Carbon Trading, a Market Mechanism for Tackling Climate Change
· Greenpeace Urges EU Summit to Boost Climate Commitments
· Canadian Winter Olympians Urge PM to Back Agreement at UN Climate Change Summit
· 'Carbon Tariffs' Cloud Efforts to Combat Climate Change
· We Have to Rescue Sinking Ship
· IEA: Cities Should Play Main Role in Tackling Climate Change
· Green Industry Needs Joint Efforts by All Parties
· IOM: Climate Change Causing Large-scale Human Movement
· IEA: Extra US$500 Bln Needed Without Immediate Deal on Climate Change
· Coppenhagen, Concerns and Expectations
· Study: 40% Emissions Cut in Europe Feasible
· The Price of Success in Copenhagen: US$200 Bln
· Female Nobel Prize Winner Calls for Immediate Action Against Climate Change
· US EPA Says Greenhouse Gases Threaten Human Health
· Developed Countries Should Pay for Climate Change
· Growth with Greenery
· Former Australian Opposition Leader Attacks New Climate Change Policy
· China and US Urged to Set Global Example
· UNEP Lauds China's Commitment to Combating Climate Change
· ActionAid Warns Weak Climate Deal Could Worsen Hunger
· A Hard Choice? Not at All
· Green Doha Deal
· Experts Say India Gives in to US Pressure on Climate Change
· Lula, Merkel: 'Perfect' Agreement Not Possible in Copenhagen
· Carbon Tax, Controversial Within and Without
· China Hopes Copenhagen Conference Will Achieve 'Fair and Feasible' Results
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COP15 Introduction Agenda
The COP15 conference is the 15th Conference of the Parties under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). It is co-organized by the Danish Government. The conference will run for two weeks from December 7-18.

Key Issues / 3 Major Stances

>>Causes for Climate Change

>>From Rio de Janeiro to Copenhagen
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