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[I&A] 【整理】2009-12-10: 哥本哈根气候峰会遭质疑

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In and Around News 2009-12-10: 哥本哈根气候峰会遭质疑

哥本哈根峰会近日召开,备受全球瞩目。此次峰会旨在应对全球变暖,控制温室气体排放等目标。不过已经有专家和组织评论,目前的减排计划将收效甚微,效果存疑。




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Been there, done that, few results, that’s the message behind the organizer of the think tank Copenhagen Consensus Center, Bjorn Lomborg. The Danish professor who is at the climate change summit in Copenhagen says the world is wasting money on tackling carbon emissions with expensive environmental initiatives.

"The climate economists are telling us that cutting carbon emissions is actually quite expensive right now, because we really don’t have good technologies to pick up on. So we can spend a lot of money to cut a little carbon and to do very little good for the future."

Cutting carbon emissions was the focus of the United States on Monday. The Environmental Protection Agency announced steps towards regulations for greenhouse gas emissions without legislation from US Congress. Lisa Jackson with the Environmental Protection Agency announced the changes.

"Beginning in 2011, large emitters will for the first time, submit publicly available information that will allow us to meaningfully track greenhouse gas emissions over time. It also means that we arrive at the climate talks in Copenhagen with a clear demonstration of our commitment to facing this global challenge."

But Lomborg doesn't think the right effort will come out of the Copenhagen summit.

"Well, if I'm gonna speculate what will happen here, everybody has been on track for several years to come out and promise quite large carbon cuts all across the board. Now that sounds really good, but of course we’ve done that twice already, we did, we made the same promises in 
Rio in 1992. We made even grander promises in Kyoto in 1997. We haven't lived up to any of them."

World leaders are scheduled to attend the summit later next week. Maryam Behmard, Reuters.

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Be in here Denmark, few results that’s the message behind the organiser of the think tank Copenhagen Consensus Center, Bjorn Lomborg. The Danish professor who is at the climate chage summit in Copenhagen says the world is wasting money on tackling carbon emissions with the expensive environmental initiatives.

“ The climate economists are telling us that cutting carbon emissions is actually quite expensive right now. Because we really don’t have good technologists to pick up on. So we can spend a lot of money to cut a little carbon and to do very little good for the future.”

Cutting carbon emissions was the focus of the United States on Monday. The Environmental Protection Agency announced steps towards regulations for greenhouse gas emissions without legislation from US Congress. Lisa Jackson with the Environmental Protection Agency announced the changes.

“ Begining in 2011, large emitters will for the first time, submit publicly available information that will allow us to meaningfully trace greenhouse gas emissions over time. It also means that we arrive at the climate talks in Copenhagen with a clear demonstration of our commitment to facing this global challenge.”

But Lomborg doesn’t think the right effort will come out of the Copenhagen summit.

“ Well, if I can speculate what will happen here, every billy has been on track for several years to come out and promise quite large carbon cuts. All across the board now that sounds really good, but of course we don't do that twice already, we don’t, we made the same promises as re-own 1992. We made even grander promises in Kyoto in 1997. We have a little double to any of them.”

World leaders are scheduled to attend the summit later next week. Maryam Behmard, Reuters.
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Been here Denmark, few results, that’s the message behind the organizer of the Think Tank Copenhagen Consensus Center Bu Lambert, the Danish professor who is after the climate change summit in Copenhagen says the world is wasting money on tackling carbon emissions with expensive environmental initiatives.  “The climate economists are telling us that cutting carbon emissions is actually quite expensive right now because we really don’t have good technologies to pick up… So we can’t spend lot money to cut a little carbon and to do very little good to the future. ”
Cutting carbon emissions was the focus of the United States. On Monday the Environmental Protection Agency announce steps to world regulations forgoing for greenhouse gas emissions without legislation from US Congress. Lisa Jackson with the environmental protection agency announce the changes, “Beginning in 2011 large emitters will for the first time submit publicly available information that will allow us to meaningfully track greenhouse gas emissions over time. It also means that we arrived at the climate talks in Copenhagen with a clear demonstration of our commitment to facing this global challenge. ”
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World leaders are scheduled to attend the Summit leader next week,Maryam Behmard, Reuters
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Being here Danmark, few results that's the message behind the organizer of the  thing tank Copenhagen Consensus Center Bejord Lomberg,the junior professor who is out climate change summit in Copenhagen says the world is wasting money on tackling carbon emissions with expensive environmental initiatives.

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Beginning in 2011,large meters will for the first time surmit publicly available information that will allow us to meaningful track greenhouse emissions over time.It also means that we arrived the climate talks in Copenhagen with a  clear demonstration of our commitment to  facing this global challenge.

But the Lomberg doesn't thing the right effort will come out after Copenhagen Summit.

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World leaders are scheduled to attend summit later next week.


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Been here Denmark, few results that’s the message behind the organizer of think tank, Copenhagen consensus of center Beyond Lumber, the damits professor who is out of climate change summit in Copenhagen, says the world is wasting money on tackling carbon emissions with an expensive environment initiatives.

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Cutting carbon emissions was the focus of the United States on Monday. The environmental protection agency announced steps towards regulations for green house gas emissions without legislation from US congress. Lisa Jackson with environmental protection agency announced the changes. Beginning in 2011, larger emitter will for the first time submit publicly available information that would allow us to meaningfully track green house gas emissions overtime. It also means that we’ve arrived at the climate talks in Copenhagen with clear demonstration of our commitment to facing this global challenge.

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World leaders are scheduled to attend this summit later next week.
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Been here Denmark, few results that’s the message behind the organiser of the think tank Copenhagen Consensus Center, Bjorn Lomborg. The Danish professor who is at the climate change summit in Copenhagen says the world is wasting money on tackling carbon emissions with \ expensive environmental initiatives.

“The climate economists are telling us that cutting carbon emissions is actually quite expensive right now. Because we really don’t have good
technologies to pick up on. So we can spend a lot of money to cut a little carbon and to do very little good for the future.”

Cutting carbon emissions was the focus of the United States on Monday. The Environmental Protection Agency announced steps towards regulations for greenhouse gas emissions without legislation from US Congress. Lisa Jackson with the Environmental Protection Agency announced the changes.

Beginning in 2011, large emitters will for the first time, submit publicly available information that will allow us to meaningfully track greenhouse gas emissions over time. It also means that we arrive at the climate talks in Copenhagen with a clear demonstration of our commitment to facing this global challenge.”

But Lomborg doesn’t think the right effort will come out of the Copenhagen summit.

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World leaders are scheduled to attend the summit later next week. Maryam Behmard, Reuters.

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Being here done that few results, that’s the message behind the organizer of the think tank Copenhagen Consensus Center Bjørn Lomborg, a Danish professor who is at the climate summit in Copenhagen, says the world is wasting money on tackling carbon emissions with expensive environmental initiatives.

“The climate economists are telling us that cutting carbon emissions is actually quite expensive right now, because we really don’t have technologies to pick up on, so we can spend a lot of money to cut a little carbon and could do little good to the future.”

Cutting carbon emissions was the focus of the United States on Monday. The environmental protection agency announces steps toward regulations for green house emissions without legislation from US Congress.

Lisa Jackson with the environmental protection agency announced the changes: “Beginning in 2011, large carbon emitters will, for the first time, submit publicly available information that will allow us to meaningfully track green house emissions overtime. It also means that we will arrive at the talks in Copenhagen with a clear demonstration of our commitment to facing this global challenge. ”

But Lomborg doesn’t think the right effort will come out of the Copenhagen summit. “Well, we gonna speculate what will happen here. Every treaty has to be traced for several years to come out. And promise quite large carbon cuts all across the board, now that’s sounds really good, but of course we’ve done that twice already. We did, we made the same promises in Rio in 1992. We made even grander promises in Kyoto in 1997. We haven’t looked up to any of them.”

World leaders are scheduled to attend the summit later next week. Maria Bernard, Reuters.
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Been here Denmark, few results. That's the message behind the organizer of think tank Copenhagen Consensus Center, Bjorn Lomborg. The Danish professor who is at the climate change summit in Copenhagen says the world is wasting money on tackling carbon emissions with expensive environmental initiatives.

"The environmental economists are telling us that cutting carbon emissions is quite expensive right now because we don't really have good technologies to pick up on, so we can spend a lot of money to cut a little carbon and to do very little good for the future."

Cutting carbon emissions was the focus of the United States on Monday. The Environmental Protection Agency announced steps toward regulations for greenhouse gas emissions without legislation from US Congress. Lisa Jackson with the Environmental Protection Agency announced the changes.

"Beginning in 2011, large emitters will for the first time submit publicly available information that will allow us to meaningfully track greenhouse gas emissions over time. It also means that we arrive at the climate talks in Copenhagen with a clear demostration of our commitment to facing this global challenge."

But Lomborg doesn't think the right effort will come out of the Copenhagen summit.

"Well, from gonna speculate what will happen here, every Billy has been on track for several years to come out and promised 'quite large carbon cuts', all across the board. Now that sounds really good, but of course, we've done that twice already. We made the same promises in *, 1992. We made even brander promise in Kyoto in 1997. We haven't a little done to anyone."

World leaders are scheduled to attend the summit later next week. Maryam Behmard, Reuters.
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But Lomber doesn’t think that the right effort will come out of the Copenhagen Summit.
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