[Tourism] ENVIRONMENT GLOBAL WARMING AND CLIMATE CHANGE : INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND DIPLOMACY: TREATIES: How the World Learned its Lesson and Got a Climate Deal

 

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ENVIRONMENT GLOBAL WARMING AND CLIMATE CHANGE :

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND DIPLOMACY: TREATIES:

How the World Learned its Lesson and Got a Climate Deal

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How the World Learned its Lesson and Got a Climate Deal

PARIS

By Richard Valdmanis and Emmanuel Jarry

Sunday December 13, 2015 1:11pm EST

Reuters

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-climatechange-summit-
ticktock-idUSKBN0TW0PR20151213#eDCOoBvfedkL9p3t.97

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It was an agreement born from a fear of failure, delivered by the smoothness of French diplomacy.

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Six years earlier, countries had bitterly walked away from global climate talks in Copenhagen without a deal. The decision to reassemble in Paris to try again at getting almost 200 countries to sign a pact on cutting carbon emissions was a gamble: another collapse could the end worlds ability to forge a common approach to dealing with climate change.

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And no political leader wanted his reputation stained by a repeat of the debacle in Copenhagen.

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So there was no detail of hospitality too small for the French hosts this time, no country negotiator who would go unflattered by Laurent Fabius, the French foreign minister who presided over the conference.

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Fabius had been the youngest French prime minister in history in the 1980s; now he was an elder statesman looking to carve a bigger place in it. Over two weeks under the global spotlight, his sonorous voice and relentless optimism would come to define the public tone of the proceedings.

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But behind the scenes, the talks witnessed the confrontations and five-past-midnight compromises to be expected when sleep-deprived negotiators from almost every country in the world are supposed to come to a consensus.

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They ultimately found it, remarkably only one day later than planned. But the path to the standing ovations at the end was strewn with disputes over money, the emergence of an effective new climate coalition of states, and hours of wrangling over what should or shall be done.

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FRENCH WAYS

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For the survivors of Copenhagen, the key to success in Paris would be preparation.

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UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon complained that the political leaders had not been well-prepared for the Copenhagen meeting, and this time he and the French conducted extensive advance work to get other leaders personally engaged.

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They also decided that, if leaders were to come to Paris, they would do so at the beginning to lend the talks some political oxygen, rather than arriving for a scramble at the end.

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