Thanks to Eric Rimmer for this article published in The National.
For three days last week 60 international experts met in Abu Dhabi to discuss tactics in the war against global warming. The forum held at the Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research looked at the issues at the centre of negotiations to replace the Kyoto Protocol and, most importantly, how the estimated US$100 billion needed to limit the increase in global mean temperatures to 2°C would be met.
The conference, organised by the NYU School of Law, is symptomatic of just how seriously climate change and the devastating effects it threatens are being taken.
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