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Breaking the Climate Deadlock

Breaking the Climate Deadlock
Breaking the Climate Deadlock is a joint initiative of former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair and The Climate Group. Launched in March 2008, its objective is to help build support for  an ambitious new global climate deal in Copenhagen in December 2009 and its subsequent implementation. Combining the high-level advocacy of Mr Blair, with a suite of expert reports, briefing papers and public engagement activities, the initiative has highlighted how a fair and effective global deal can be build and the benefits that it would provide. For more information and to download reports and papers click on the tabs below.

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Jan 1, 2010        Read the December edition of our quarterly newsletter Dec 13, 2009      Just published: Breaking the Climate Deadlock: Doing the Deal: Key Elements for a Copenhagen Climate Agreement Sept 21, 2009     Read Cutting the Cost: The Economic Benefits of Collaborative Action on Climate Change Jul 30, 2009       Read the July edition of our quarterly newsletter Jul 6,  2009        Our new report shows how world leaders can tackle climate change with technology Apr 17, 2009      Read the April edition of our quarterly newsletter We have worked closely with a number of individuals, organizations and institutions to deliver this initiative. Core collaborators include: The Office of Tony Blair Cambridge University E3G And our work is made possible by supporters including: The Barbara and Stanley Fink Foundation The Nand & Jeet Khemka Foundation Mr. Oleg Deripaska, Chairman, Basic Element  

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