We are exactly one month away from the ‘Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’! That’s a mouthful. But what it really means is: the 2015 United Nations Climate Submit begins November 30th. Which is kind of a big deal and could finally (?) mean an international (and even binding) agreement on what to do about climate change. But things aren’t quite that easy and it’s likely (as the past 20 years have proved) that things actually won’t change, but then again, this time around, there is some room for optimism.
A little bit of Background: To understand why there might be hope of a resolution in this round of climate talks, we need to look at what has been done in the past. First off, international climate talks are nothing new. They’ve been happening on and off since 1992 (which…
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