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limate change is now one of the greatestchallenges of our time, and we need toaddress it from a political, environmental,social and business perspective. TheCopenhagen Accord set a platform, a first step alongthe road to global action. All stakeholders need toensure that we reach, sooner rather than later, a bindingglobal agreement. This year's meeting of the G8 worldleaders in Huntsville, Canada, on 25-26 June, will playa key role in reaching this goal.Climate change post-Copenhagen needs to see cleargovernment action: setting policy and regulation;creating financial confidence and the appropriateinvestment vehicles; reducing the barriers to allow newtechnology and Innovation to really flourish. If all this isachieved, the business leaders will have the confidenceand ability to act and make a difference now. It will be these factors that will turn the tide of globalwarming and create the appropriate structures we needto collectively reduce emissions to the necessary levelsto avoid catastrophic climate change. Therefore, thisedition of CLIMATE CHANGE - The New Economycalls upon the G8 world leaders to examine each ofthese areas, with a key focus on new and existingtechnologies needed to achieve a global success.CLIMATE CHANGE - The New Economy will becontinuing to drive climate initiative and we will be atCOP16 in Cancun, Mexico, on 29 November-10December 2010, to continue to support the key globalplayers, industry leaders, governments and the variouskey stakeholders in creating the necessary engagementthat is needed to achieve a global deal at this pivotal time. Gary Nichols-RothManaging EditorEDITOR'S OPENINGREMARKS006THE NEW ECONOMYCManaging Editor Gary Nichols-RothEditorElizabeth RenskiProject Sales ManagerAnton HicksHead of ProductionStella JonesDesignTouchline.comPublished by:World News - Climate ChangeThe New Economy Ltd.99a Silverthorne RoadLondon SW8 3HHTelephone: +44 (0) 20 7622 4014Email: gary.nichols-roth@climatechange-theneweconomy.comFor additional copies of CLMATE CHANGE -The New Economy(CCTNE) please contact: copy@productionoffice.uk.comPrice: £45.00 US$65.00?53.00About World News - Climate Change The NewEconomy Ltd.We promote independent and informeddiscussion on issues related to climate change,especially the implementation of newtechnology, through high quality publicationsaimed at political business leaders and opionionformers. The objective is to reach the widestpossible audience, by working with national andinternational agencies, to present a clear andaccessible argument from established leaders intheir fields in order to help prevent catastrophicclimate change.The views and opinions expressed in thispublication do not necessarily reflect the viewsof the Publisher or the Editor. While every care has been taken in thepreparation of this publication, neither thePublisher nor the Editor are responsible for any inaccuracies in the content of the articlespresented.