At Copenhagen, A New Context for International Cooperation
09 Dec 2009
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The discussion aims to demonstrate the self-interest case for governments to act — why there is a strong strategic motive for governments to be pioneers and, conversely, a risk to being the laggards. It will look at ecological trends to highlight the emerging importance of bio capacity as a valuable national asset and give decision-makers the data they need to be best prepared for a resource-constrained world. Professor Jacqueline McGlade, EEA Executive Director, will make an intervention.
Organiser: Global Footprint Network (http://www.footprintnetwork.org)
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Event open to the public — Registration deadline: 8 December
For references, please go to http://www.eea.europa.eu/cop15/at-copenhagen-a-new-context-for-international-cooperation or scan the QR code.
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