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Making “Emissions Gaps” and "COPs" Relevant to the Public

The Lima climate talks will start in a few days and while the technical community discusses IPCC findings and the "emissions gap", a large part of our domestic public still ignores the big climate picture. We need to provide better translations of the jargon, provide accessible language in order to encourage broad citizen support for more muscular climate commitments in the road to Paris - and for the benefit of the people. This is the first in a series of articles that seek to connect key ideas of the international policy development with the public debates in our countries. It concentrates on the Emissions Gap Report.



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