Sectoral Solutions or Carbon Cartels: Will global industry proposals result in a fair and safe climate deal?

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21 May 2009


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Climate change is already affecting the lives of people in the developing world. Increased floods and droughts, rising sea levels, changing patterns of rainfall and falling crop yields are making it harder and harder for poor people to escape poverty. Oxfam is projecting that, on current trends, the average number of people affected by climate-related disasters each year may have risen by over 50 percent by 2015 - to 375 million people - potentially overwhelming the humanitarian system.