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Cancun Agreement - Pros and Cons

Understanding the 2010 Cancun Agreement

Understanding the 2010 Cancun Agreement

On December 11, 2010 over 190 countries agreed to secure a new international deal to tackle global warming, dubbed The Cancun Agreement. The Cancun Agreement is the latest climate change agreement after the Kyoto Protocol.

This white paper details the major points of the Cancun Agreement and discusses the advantages and disadvantages.

While there are many pros and cons to the agreement and equally as many numbers of critics and supporters, it is a step ahead of the Copenhagen summit and supporters are claiming that the Cancun agreement will go a long way in lowering global warming and temperatures.

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Pages: 23
Publication Date: December 2010
Publisher: Energy Business Reports
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