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        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change
        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change

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        A "Greenprint" for International Cooperation on Climate Change

        ABSTRACT

        International negotiations on climate change have been dogged by mutual recriminations between rich and poor countries, constricted by the zero-sum arithmetic of a shrinking global carbon budget, and overtaken by shifts in economic power between industrialized and developing countries To overcome these "narrative," "adding-up," and "new world" problems, respectively, this paper proposes a new Greenprint for cooperation First, the large dynamic emerging economies-China, India, Brazil, and Indonesia-must assume the mantle of leadership, offering contributions of their own and prodding the reluctant industrial countries into action This role reversal would be consistent with the greater stakes for the dy ....read more

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        • TypeReport, Research Paper
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        • Size462 KB
        • LanguageEnglish
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        • Postedalmost 4 years ago
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