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(February 10, 2010) Bert Metz, former co-chair of the IPCC Working Group on Mitigation of Climate Change and advisor to the European Climate Foundation, discusses the implications of the poor results of the 2009 Copenhagen Summit along with his new book, Controlling Climate Change, which provides an unbiased and comprehensive overview of the latest findings of the IPCC.

Stanford University
http://www.stanford.edu

European Climate Foundation
http://www.europeanclimate.org

Stanford Energy Seminar
http://energyseminar.stanford.edu

Stanford University Channel on YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/stanford

Tagged under: asia,china,climate change,economics,energy policy,environmental justice,greenhouse gases,impacts,-governmental organizations,renewable energy,social change

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