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My colleagues and I have seen an impressive surge in publications on climate change in the run-up to the Copenhagen Summit.
This demonstrates just how widely relevant the issue of climate change is. Across geographical and thematic research focus, a large part of the ISN’s partner institutes have published on the topic in the last few months.
Here is a small selection of what has come across our desks recently:
- … and for many more, see publications classified under ‘climate change’ in the ISN digital library.
Save the polar bears, photo: Cornelia Kopp/flickr
With tough weeks ahead for negotiators, experts and politicians in the picturesque Danish capital, the ISN takes a closer look at the political and geopolitical stakes of the global climate change game.
And please remember that last month’s Special Issue Newsletter on the topic can be found here.
Iceberg, Alaska, photo: Creativity+ Timothy K Hamilton/flickr
With the Copenhagen conference on climate change only two weeks away, it remains doubtful whether a legally binding agreement on climate change will emerge. Here a run-down of the (mostly vague) pledges made by key greenhouse gas emitters in the wake of the conference: