Climate change: we need a new argument

Politics and climate. Two inseparable world’s that should be poles apart. Prizing apart these two subjects was the major hurdle facing 150 world leaders that attended the United Nations (UN) Conference on Climate Change in November at the 21st summit of its kind also known as COP21.

It was widely anticipated to be the most significant climate meeting since Koyoto in 1992, the first definitive commitment from countries to reduce greenhouse gas output, and most notably carbon dioxide emissions.

Many commentators saw China and the US as the key nuts to crack on carbon output, after all, the world . . .

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