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Hope? Yes, but not for us…

November 27, 2009

Seeing this below reminds me of that Kafka quote, when asked if there was hope. “Yes, but not for us.”

Hopes for Copenhagen
A Norton Rose Group Survey

A survey analysing the perceived consequences to business from the UNFCCC (COP 15) negotiations in Copenhagen.
An unsuccessful outcome at Copenhagen will have a detrimental impact on business

Over three quarters of business respondents involved in aspects of environmental, sustainability and climate change issues believe if Copenhagen fails it will have a detrimental impact on their business
Success or failure

· 79% think an unsuccessful outcome at Copenhagen will have a detrimental impact on business

· 70% believe the US government’s position on negotiations is the most significant barrier to an agreement being successfully negotiated at Copenhagen

· 72% believe the negotiations will be a ‘compromised success’
To read the full report, please follow the link below

Hopes for Copenhagen

Norton Rose Group Survey

Norton Rose Group Climate Change Team in Copenhagen

Our international climate change team will attend the negotiations in Copenhagen, and send daily updates on developments to their blog
Norton Rose Group global climate change team – Copenhagen blog.
The team are also on Twitter at www.twitter.com/NRGClimatetalks.ing

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