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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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…been here done that few results that the message behind the organizer the think-tank Copenhagen Consist Center Beyone Lomberg, 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 emission is actually very expensive right now because we really don’t have good technologies to pick up on. So we can spend lot of money to cut a little carbon and to do very little good for the future. “

Cutting the carbon emission was the focus of the United States on Monday, the environmental protection agency announces that thwarts regulations for green gas emission without legislation from US Congress.

Lisa Jackson with the environmental protection agency announces 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 in climate talks in Copenhagen with a clear demonstration of our commitment to facing this global challenge,

But Lomberg does not think that right effort will come out of the Copenhagen summit.“well, from Dane’s speculate, what will happen here, everybody has been attracted for several years for coming out and promise quite large carbon cuts all across border, now that sounds really good. But of course we have done that twice already, we made the same promises in Rio in 1992 and we made even grander promises in Kyoto in 1997. We haven’t lived up to any even” .World leaders are scheduled to attend the summit later next week.

[Homework]2009-12-10: 哥本哈根气候峰会遭质疑

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been here in danmark that few results,that the message behind your organizer of the think  tank copenhagen consensus center.....the danish professor who is at climate change summit in copengahen said the world is wasting money on tackling carbon emissions with the expensive environmental initiatives.
the climate economists are telling us that cutting carbon missions is 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 u.s on monday.the environmental protection announce steps towards regulations for green house gas emissions without legislation from u.s congress.
lisa jackson with the enviroment protection agency announce the changes.
beginning in 2011 larger emitters will for the first time sumbit publicly avaliable information that will allow us to meaningfully track green house gas emissions overtime.it also means that we're arrving at climate talks in copenhagen with the clear demonstration of our commitment to facing this global challenge.but longbore doesnt think the right effort will come out in the copenhagen summit.
well.if i'm gonna speculate wat  will happen here.every billy has been on track for several  years go 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 real 1992,we made even grander promises in kyodo when in 1997. we had a little doubt to any of them.
world leaders are scheduled to attend the summit later next week.


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Being here Denmark, few results that's the message behind the organizer of the think tank Copenhagen consensus center beyond lanberg. The jennets professor who is up climate change summit in Copenhagen says the world is wasting money on tackling carbon emissions with expensive environment initiatives.
The climate economist telling us their 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 in to do very little good for the future. Cutting carbon emissions was the focus of the United States on money. The environmental protection agency announces that regulations for greenhouse gas emissions without legislation from us congress. Lisa Jackson with environment protection agency announces the changes.
Beginning in 2011, large meters will for the first times submit publicly available information that will allow us to meaningfully track greenhouse gas 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 Limburg doesn't think the right efforts were come out after Copenhagen summit.
We are found speculate what will happen here, everybody has being on track for several years to come out and promise quite large carbon cuts. All across boarder that sounds really good, but, of course, we've do that twice already. We made the same promise in Rio 1992, we made even derider promises in Kyoto in 1997, we haven’t adopt to any event.
World leaders are scheduled to attend summit later next week.
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[Homework]2009-12-10: 哥本哈根气候峰会遭质疑

been herer done that few results that  the message behind organizers of thinktanks kobenhagen consensus center B/// The denish
professor who is on climate change summit in kobenhagen. the world is wasting money on tackling carbon emission  with expensive
environment initiatives. climate economist is telling cutting emission is actually quite expensive. we don;t have good technologies to take up
up on so we spend a lot of money to cut a little carbon and to do very little good to the future.
cutting carbon emission was the focus of US on Monday. the environment protection agency steps toward the regulation for greenhouse gas
without legislation from  Congress. Lumber Jackson within environment protection agency announced the changes. Beginning in 21st centuary
large number of wealth for the first time submitted publicly availabe information that would allow us to meaningfully track greenhouse gas emission
overtime. it also means we arrive at the climate summit with clear demonstration of our commitment to face the global challenge
But Lumber talked in Kobenhagen the right effort would come out of kobenhagen summit. I am gonna speculate what will happen
here, Everybody here is hoping several days to come out and promise quit large carbon cuts. All across the board sounds really
good. we have done twice already, but of course we made the same promise in R// in 1992, we made even greater promise in
Tokyo in 1997. We happened to live up to any of them. World leaders are scheduled to attend the summit later next week.
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[Homework]2009-12-10: 哥本哈根气候峰会遭质疑

Been here in Danmark,few results that is the message behide the oganiser of the thing tank Copenhegen Cosensus Center.A professor who is on the climate change summit on Copenhegen says the world is raising money on tacking carbon emission with the expensive environmental initialives.
The climate economics are telling us that cutting carbon emission is actually quite expensive ringht now.Because we  really don't have good tenologies pick up on, so we can spend a lot of money to cut a litte carbon in to do very little differnces for the future.
Cutting carbon emission was focus of the United States on Monday.The Enviromental Protion  Agency  annouced  steps towards the regulations  for green house gases emission withour legilation from the US congress . Lisa Jason with the Environmental protection Agency  annouced the changs :Beginning in 2011 large emitters will for the first  time submit  publically available information that would allow us to meaningful track green house gas emission over time ,It also means that we arrived the climate talks   in Copenhengen with a clear demonstration of our committment  to facing the global chanllege.
But Robert doesn't think the right effort will come out of the Copenhengen summit.
Well, I found given speculate what will happen here,every billy  has been on track for several  years to come out and promise quite large 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 as re-own 1992. We made even grander promises in Kyoto in 1997. We haven’t 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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[Homework]2009-12-10: 哥本哈根气候峰会遭质疑

Been here done that few results that the message behind the orgnizer of the think tank Copenhagen concerns center be in Olinburger.
The Denish professor who is at climate change summit in Copenhagen says the world is wasting money on tackling carbon emissions with expensive environmental initiatives.
The economic experts tell us that cutting carbon emission is quite expensive right now, because we donot really have good technologies to take up on
So we can spend a lot money to cut a little carbon and to do very little good for the future.
Cutting carbon emissions was the focus of the US on Mongday,the environmental protection agency announced that it was the regulations for greenhouse gas mission without legislation from US congress.
L Jackson within environmental agencey 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 emission over time. It also means that we arrive at the climate talks in Copenhagen with the clear demonstration of our commitment to facing this global challege.
But L.D. doesnot think the right effort will come out of the Copenhagen summit.  Well, I find kind of speculate what will happen here, everyday has been in track of for 7 years to come out and promise quite large carbon cuts all across board. That sounds really good, but of course we have done that twice already, we made the same promises in Rio 1992,  we made even grander promises in kyoto in 1993, we have not looked up to any of them.
World leaders are scheduled to attend the summit later next week L.M. F

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[Homework]2009-12-10: 哥本哈根气候峰会遭质疑

Been here, done that, few results. That's the message behind the organizer of the ThinkTank Copenhagan Concense Center Bijorn Lamberd. 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're telling us that cutting carbon emission is quite expensive right now because we really dont  have good technologies to pick up on. So we can spend a lot of money to cut very little carbon and to do very little good to the future.
Cutting carbon emissions is the focus of the United States on Monday. The environmental protection agency announced steps towards regulations for Green House emissions without legislation from US Congress. Lisa Jackson with the environmental protection agency announsed the changes.
Beginning in 2011, large emitters will for the first time submit publicly available information that will allow us to meaningfuly track the Green House emissions gas over time. It also means that we arrived at the climate talks in Copenhagen with a clear demonstration of our committment to facing this global challenge.
But Lamberd doesn't think the right effort will come out from the Copenhagen Summit.
Well, if I am gonna speculate what will happen here, everybody has been on a 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 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 next week.
                                                   
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Being 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.

"
Well, if I found given speculate what will happen here, every bit 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 as re-own 1992. We made even grander promises in Kyoto in 1997. We haven’t a little doubt to any of them."

World leaders are scheduled to attend the summit later next week. Maryam Behmard, Reuters.
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Being here Danmark few results, that’s the message behind the organizers of the think tank Copenhagen concess center in L, the Danish prefessor who is at the climate change summit in Copenhagen says the world is wasting money on tackling carbon emissions with expensive environmental initatives,

The climate economists are telling us that cutting carbon emissions are actually 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 difference in the future,

Cutting carbon emissions was the focus of the US on Monday, the envireonmental protection agency annouce steps towards regulations for greenhouse gas emissions without legislation from US congress, Lisa with the environmental protection agency annouce the changes,

Beginning in 2011 large emitters will for the first time summit publicly available information that will allow us to meaningfully track greenhouse gas emissions overtime, 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 L doesn’t think the right effort will come out of the Copenhagen Summit,

Well from what I speculate what will happen here, every bit has been on track for several years to come out and promise quite a large carbon cuts all across board, now that sounds good, but of because we’ve done that twice already, we made the same promises in Ryo 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, M for Reuters,
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Being 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
.

"Well, if I found given speculate what will happen here, every bit(不确定) 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 as re-own 1992. We made even grander promises in Kyoto in 1997. We haven’t a little done to any of them
."

World leaders are scheduled to attend the summit later next week.


Maryam Behmard, Reuters.
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That's the message behind the organizer of the thinktank Cobenhagen consensus center * . The Danish professor who is at the climent change summit in Cobenhagen says the world is wasting money On tackling carbon emissions with expensive environmental initiatives. The climent economist's telling us that cutting carbon emissions is 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.
Cuttong carbon emissions was the focus of the United States on Monday. The environmental protection agency announce that * regulations for greenhouse without legislation from US congress.
Lisa Jackson With the environmental protection announced the changes. Beginning in 2012, large emitters will for the first time sumbit publicly available information that will allow us to meaningfully track greanhouse gases emissions over time. It also means that we arrived at the climent talks in Cobenhagen with a clear demonstration of our commitment to facing this global challenge.
But * doesn't think the right effort will come out of the Cobenhagen summit. Well, I'm going to specular what will happen every * has been on track for several years to come out and promise quite large carbon cuts all across the board * sounds really good. But of course, we've done that twice already. 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.

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Be in here down at few result that the message behinde your organiserved thinks tank Copenhagen concernt center be your lonburg.
The D professor who is art climate change some in Copenhagen says world is wasting money on tackling carbon demisions with expensive environmental ***.
Be climate ** telling us said cutting carbon demisions required suspect right now because we really don't have good technologies pick up on, so we can spend lot of money to cut a little carbon in to do very little bit for the future.
Cutting carbon demisions was the focus of the in the USA on Monday, the environmental protection agency announce steps to work the regulations for green house gas surmisions without legeslation from US Congress.
Lizza Jacson weak in environmental protection announced the changes. Beganing in 2011, large meters will for the first time sumit pobalicaly avaluable imformation that we will allowd was to meaning fully track green house gas sumision over time. It also means that we arraived the Climate Tocson Copenhage with the clear demenstration of our commitment to facing the globle challenge.
But Lober dose not think the right effort will come out of the Copenhagen Sumit. Well, we found the speculate will happen year, every believed have track for several years to come out and promise quiet large carbon cut. All the cosebor another will sounds really good, but of course we *** twsie already we did we made the same promises in R in 1992, we made even grander promises in K in 1997. We have little drop to any even.
World leaders are schedual to attend a sound later in next week. Mary & Mard for writers.

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Been here Dennmark, few results that's the message behind the organizer of the think tank (智囊团), Copenhgan consensus of center Beyond Lumber. The Danish professor who is at the climate change summit in Copenhgan, says the world is wasting money on tackling carbon emissions with the expensive environmental initiatives.
The climate economistor telling us says, cutting carbon emissions is actually quite expensive right now. Because we really don't have good technologies to pick up on(拾起). 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 green house gas emissions without legislation from US Congress. Lisa Jakson 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 green house gas emissions over time. It also means, that we arrive at the climate talks in Copenhgan with the clear demonstration of our commitment to facing this global challenge.
But Lumber doesn't think the right effort will come out of the Copenhgan Summit.
Well, if I found given speculate what will happen here, every billy has been on track for seveal 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 promise as re-own 1992. We made even grander promisese in Kyoto in 1997. We haven't 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 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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