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Many thanks for the piece laying out some significant yet realistic proposals for moving the currently stagnating climate talks forward. It is important especially given those UNFCCC meetings are becoming to be seen by many as 'talk the talk'; and I think the ideas you lay out in the piece can give the meetings, especially the coming one, a real focus and purpose for its agenda. Hope by all means those could be heard by parties to be involved in the CoPs.

Great article! Liked and shared on facebook. As you state that China is already trying to green its economy, do you think that they will perform long-term policies or they will change them whether the chinese economic growth slows down?. I think that trying to attract China and other BRICS to a more sustainable energy consumption would be vital to revive the fight against global warming and pollution in general.

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