The Politics of Global Climate Change

The Politics of Global Climate Change

Nobel Peace Prize winner Wangari Maathai of Kenya on the UN deliberations and what can be expected at the climate summit in December.

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World leaders from Hu Jintao to Barack Obama have pledged to take action on climate change. But there seems to be little faith that an agreement of substance will be reached in Copenhagen later this year. So what are the politics of global climate change? And what’s at stake? Nobel Peace Prize winner Wangari Maathai of Kenya on the UN deliberations and what can be expected at the climate summit in December.

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