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Commenting on the outcome of the United Nations climate change conference in Copenhagen, Nicholas Stern... said: "It is disappointing that the Copenhagen climate change conference has not succeeded in producing a political agreement that has been signed by all countries. However, it is very important to note the progress that has been made on the way to, and at, Copenhagen." Read more

Speaking ahead of a major speech about the prospects for the Copenhagen meeting, Lord Stern... said: "It is possible to create a 50-50 chance of avoiding a rise in global average temperature of more than 2˚C, which many scientists regard as the threshold for 'dangerous' climate change. To do this we need to halt and reverse the growth of annual emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases..." Read more

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