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Elliot Diringer, executive vice president of the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions in Washington, D.C., presented “Paris Preview: How the New Global Climate Agreement is Shaping Up” on Tuesday, Oct. 13, at Wayne State University Law School.
In December, world leaders will gather in Paris to negotiate an agreement to limit greenhouse gases that cause global warming. The United States, China and many other countries already have pledged to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions in advance of the conference. Diringer discussed the chances of an agreement in Paris, the primary obstacles and the legal challenges facing the negotiators.
The law school’s Program for International Legal Studies presented the event, which was sponsored in part through a grant from the International Law Students Association.

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