24 Jul '11, 3pm

Smith School report recommends individual governments take more national and bi-lateral actions to curb greenhouse g...

Smith School report recommends individual governments take more national and bi-lateral actions to curb greenhouse gas emissions 24 July 2011 The Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment at the University of Oxford recently published a report recommending that individual governments take more action to curb their own greenhouse gas emissions and put pressure on other governments to do the same. The “International Climate Change Negotiations: Key Lessons and Next Steps” report, an analysis of international efforts to address the impacts of climate change, also found that many of the current actions pledged by countries are still a long way from what is necessary and that a refocus is needed on the issue from heads of state at G20 level which should focus on bilateral and national actions, in parallel with the UNFCCC process. The report also puts forward a series of ac...

Full article: http://www.greencarcongress.com/2011/07/smith-20110724.html

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