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Energy leaders give stark warning on climate change

Climate change experts have warned that the international community must do more to halt global warming, writes Helen Robertson

Yvo De Boer, a climate change and sustainability advisor at KPMG, said that since the Copenhagen talks in 2009, climate change has been “off the international political agenda” and this has put the world at great risk of catastrophic environmental change. The next international climate change talks are due to take place in Paris in 2015. International negotiators will aim to commit all nations to agree to take action on climate change.“I would concentrate (the talks) on a limited set of issues that first get the international political process moving again, define commitments with what is currently economically realistic and create a pathway to enhance action over time,” De Boer told delega

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