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Old 26-10-2019, 11:13 PM
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A very good article, this is all reminiscent of the UN, Blair and Bush weapons of mass destruction rouse.
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The same parties involved 2 years later.

The G8 Climate Change Roundtable was formed in January 2005 at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Its purpose was to address the global climate change issue facing governments, business and civil society. The first meeting was held in Gleneagles, Scotland, from 68 July 2005, to coincide with the 31st G8 summit.

The roundtable was established by twenty-three leading international businesses with the assistance of G8 President and Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Tony Blair, to co-operatively engage in a global plan of action. The aim of the group was to ensure that a long-term policy framework was set up to enable consistent and transparent market-based solutions in mitigating climate change, while also addressing issues linked to climate change; such as economic growth, poverty, and adequate energy supplies. Carbon trading is one of the most popular pricing mechanisms used to reduce greenhouse emissions worldwide.
Good posting. Despite myself noting the similarity prior to your first post, I had not remembered the G8.
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