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The Economist October 30th - November 5th 2021
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The Economist this week : Highlights from the latest issue
“As the world gathers in Glasgow for COP26, which begins on October 31st, it is easy to dismiss the entire affair. Even when COPs are hyped as the last chance to act, the rise in the atmosphere’s greenhouse-gas content and the associated warming of the climate continues, as our special report this week sets out. The process is ruled by consensus, which means that the pace is set by the least willing. And yet it still plays a crucial role. For one thing, some COPs do in fact make a difference, as at the meeting in Paris in 2015, where countries pledged to keep the rise in Earth’s temperature since the mid-19th century well below 2°C. What’s more, the science, diplo¬macy, activism and public opinion that support COPs make them the best mechanism the world has to come to terms with a fundamental truth. The dream of a planet of almost 8bn people all living in material comfort will be unachievable if it is based on an economy powered by coal, oil and natural gas. Until that message sinks in, the task is to bring about bold, prompt action from willing countries in Europe and elsewhere that others cannot frustrate.”
Edited By Zanny Minton Beddoes

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ปีที่พิมพ์ : 2021
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The Economist October 30th - November 5th 2021 
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