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The Global Response to Climate Change

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Carbon emissions from human activities contribute to global warming. © THINKSTOCK

Through a wide variety of initiatives, from conferences to reports, the international community is striving to limit greenhouse gas emissions caused by human activity. Governments, scientists and citizens worldwide are searching for sustainable economic development solutions that meet the dual challenge of driving economic growth and reducing the greenhouse gas emissions responsible for climate change.   

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  • Energie mobilisation internationale

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    International Efforts to Combat Climate Change

    Climate change caused by greenhouse gas emissions is, by its very

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  • le marché international du protocole de Kyoto

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    The Kyoto Protocol and International Emissions Trading

    To set a ceiling on greenhouse gas emissions and limit global war

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  • Carbone marché européen d’échange de quotas

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    The European Union Emissions Trading System

    The European Union is the only region in the world to have establ

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  • Carbone : débat autour du « prix de la tonne »

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    The Carbon Pricing Debate

    The idea of pricing carbon — either through a direct

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    Meet an IPCC Expert

    Valérie Masson-Delmotte, Senior Scientist at the Climate and Env

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