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The Lima Deal abandoned distinctions between developed and developing countries, which will pave the way towards global agreement, writes Michael Jacobs.
To reach the most ambitious climate targets, there needs to be interaction between local, national and international players, writes Jane Burston.
In a meeting that spans so many global issues even veteran participants may struggle to navigate the agenda and pick out priorities, writes Adrian Monck.
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An introduction to the Network of Global Agenda Councils.
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