Climate Change Seminar

Curtis, Yvonne
May 2006
Future Times;2006, Vol. 2, p3
Highlights the New Zealand Institute of International Affairs Seminar in Wellington, New Zealand on March 27, 2006. Call for the collaboration among global community to address the environmental threat; Significance of the symposium in addressing the issue on how are developing countries be brought into the international climate change dialogue; Issues discussed by the speakers during the sessions.


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