In less than a month, negotiators from all over the world will convene in Paris to thrash out an agreement for limiting future emissions of greenhouse gases in a bid to counteract the effects of climate change. The meeting is billed as critical to avoiding what could be a devastating increase in global temperatures; hopes for a significant agreement are high. But realistically, what can we expect to come out of the Paris summit?
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