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C40 Large cities climate summit 2009 -- from Seoul to CopenhagenAuthor(s): Hang Ryeol Na; Gordon M. Heisler
Source: International Association for Urban Climate. 34: 2-5.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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About 500 mayors and delegates from major cities of 41 countries and four international organizations, including the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT) and the U.N. Environmental Programme (UNEP), participated in the biennial summit of the C40 Large Cities Climate Leadership Group on May 18-21, 2009, in Seoul, South Korea. Previous summits were held in London (2005) and New York (2007). The mayors also had an opportunity to discuss global climate initiatives during the Climate Summit for Mayors, which was held December 14-17, 2009 in Copenhagen, Denmark, concurrently with the U.N. Climate Change Conference, COP-15.
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CitationNa, Hang Ryeol; Heisler, Gordon M. 2009. C40 Large cities climate summit 2009 -- from Seoul to Copenhagen. International Assoc. Clim. Change. 34:2-5.
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