Posted 29 November 2015
"Any climate agreement should be flexible enough so that voluntary pledges can be adjusted over the next couple of decades depending on what global temperatures do. The best we can hope for is a toothless agreement that will satisfy most governments yet allow them to pay lip-service to action. In all likelihood, that's exactly what we can expect to get in Paris." Dr Benny Peiser, Global Warming Policy Foundation, and Viscount Matt Ridley, writing in the Wall Street Journal about their expectations from the Un climate talks in Paris.
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