COP18 in Doha: Hot, dry and desperate for a workable deal

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As diplomats meet in Doha for COP18, the CarbonNeutral Company's Jonathan Shopley, argues neither the climate nor business will not gain from the talks

When the Qatari sands run out at end of the forthcoming Doha meeting, we should not expect meaningful gains for the climate nor for business. The actions of regulators and policy-makers to reduce global...

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