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The beginning of a new year is a time to set goals and make plans for the future, and a New Year’s resolution we desperately want to come to fruition is a global agreement on climate change. That being said, UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown is taking matters into his own hands and has made reaching a climate change agreement one of his priorities for the upcoming year. In a recent interview with the BBC, Brown says that he thinks it is still possible to come to a global agreement after the initial (rather disappointing) COP15 talks in December laid the groundwork for a successful solution. And with other world leaders pledging to continue work on the agreement, 2010 could be the year we’ve all been waiting for.

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1 Comment

  1. manny January 6, 2010 at 5:12 am

    Intresting though his comments were, his is only one voice….to have any long term impact I believe the consequences of unchecked global warming would be catastrophic, responsible leaders should give the planet the benefit of the doubt

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