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Equity and state representations in climate negotiations

Schroeder, Heike, Maxwell T. Boykoff and Laura Spiers. 2012. Equity and state representations in climate negotiations. Nature Climate Change, 2 (12): 834–836.


Current United Nations structures are highly inequitable and obstruct progress towards international climate policy cooperation.

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