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Ozone Diplomacy New Directions in Safeguarding the Planet

By: Richard Elliot Benedick
449 pages, 2 Tabs
Ozone Diplomacy
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  • Ozone Diplomacy ISBN: 9780674650039 Edition: 2 Paperback Apr 1998 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 6 days
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The author was the US negotiator at the Montreal Protocol negotiations. Here, he offers an intriguing insider's view of the politics, science, diplomacy and personalities which surrounded the treaty process. This book has often been cited as the definitive book on the treaty. Expanded for the new paperback edition.

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By: Richard Elliot Benedick
449 pages, 2 Tabs
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Richard Benedick is not your average diplomat. A decade ago, industrialists tried to get him sacked as US negotiator to the Montreal Protocol meeting that banned the ozone-eating CFCs. He survived to tell that and many other stories in the new 'enlarged edition' of "Ozone Diplomacy." Updated to last September, it is still the definitive story of the world's first and so far most successful global environmental treaty.
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