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Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol's Clean Development Mechanism Stories from the Developing World

By: Margie Orford
Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol's Clean Development Mechanism
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Shows how much untapped potential there is within developing countries, and the impact a small group can achieve in the effort against global warming. The SouthSouthNorth teams are making sustainable development happen. The voices in this book radiate spirit and warmth.

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Margie Orford is a writer and documentary film maker. She specializes in gender and post-colonial notions of place and space.
By: Margie Orford
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This book shows how much untapped potential there is within developing countries, and the impact a small group can achieve in the effort against global warming. The SouthSouthNorth teams are making sustainable development happen. The voices in this book radiate spirit and warmth. -- John Kilani, Member of the United Nations Executive Board of the Clean Development Mechanism
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