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Green Cross International – General Assembly

 

Dr Hamadoun Touré, ITU Secretary-General, at the Green Cross International General Assembly (Photo: courtesy - Gosia Wieruszewska)


“… 
We have made some significant advances in recent months. And even though COP15 failed to meet its main objective, it was good to see that – at last – there was no longer any debate in Copenhagen on the facts and the science of climate change. And it was good to see that over 120 world leaders – and more than 100,000 members of civil society – felt the issue was now at the very top of the global agenda. So Copenhagen is not the end of a process, but the beginning of a new era. An era where we are making positive efforts to limit emissions and to mitigate the effects of climate change…”