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The Emerging International Regime for Climate Change: Structures and Options After Berlin : Report of a Workshop Held at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, June 1995

edited by Michael Grubb and Dean Anderson
Format
Book
Published
London : Royal Institute of International Affairs, Energy and Environmental Programme ; Washington, DC : Distributed exclusively by the Brookings Institution, c1995.
Language
English
ISBN
1899658076
Description
viii, 96 p. ; 21 cm.
Notes
  • Report of a workshop "bringing together policy makers and analysts from numerous countries, international governing bodies and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to explore and debate the outcomes of the Berlin Climate Conference held in March/April of this year. The Berlin Conference ... was the first step in the process designed at Rio to assess, review and negotiate further measures to tackle the problem of climate change"--p. [vii].
  • Includes bibliographical references.
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