Progress in Climate Legislation Provides Hope for a Global Agreement

By Peter Bjerregaard

A quiet revolution is currently under way in how countries are addressing climate change. More countries than ever before are passing credible and significant national climate change laws. This is the clear message from a landmark study, which is being presented today at the U.S. Senate, in Washington D.C.

The 700-page study covering countries responsible for 88 percent of global carbon emissions is co-authored by the Global Legislators Organisation (GLOBE) and the London School of Economics (LSE), and is the most comprehensive review to date on almost 500 pieces of legislation that have been passed in 66 countries …read more

Source: Huffington Post Green

    

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