012 and "post-Kyoto" are fastapproaching and the responsibility to reduce the damaging effects of man-made climate change as everremains in our hands.All of us, stakeholders and shareholders (Businesses,Governments and NGOs), must get behind theUNFCCC to ensure the success of the Cancún climateconference, COP16, as well as the success of the futureConferences of the Parties.The New Economystands for the future of mankindand will continue to report on Innovation Technologyand the resources needed to combat the damagingeffects of climate change.Whilst we look to COP 17 in Cape Town (South Africa)as pivotal, we must not forget that here in Cancún thereis business to be done and some of the greatest mindsin the world will gather to discuss how the billions ofdollars that are needed for investment will bedistributed amongst the nations of our planet. Adaption is the key to long-term objectives as arerenewable energy solutions, clean technologies,progressive legislation and finance.Gary Nichols-RothManaging EditorEDITOR'S OPENINGREMARKS006THE NEW ECONOMY2Managing Editor Gary Nichols-RothEditorElizabeth RenskiBusiness Development DirectorJames D. ButlerProject 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: firstname.lastname@example.orgFor additional copies of CLMATE CHANGE The New Economy(CCTNE) please contact: email@example.comPrice: £45.00 US$65.00?53.00About World News -CLIMATE CHANGETheNew Economy Ltd.We promote independent and informeddiscussion on issues related to climatechange -especially the implementation ofclean technology -through high qualitypublications aimed at political and businessleaders and opinion formers. Working withnational and international agencies we aim toreach the widest possible audience with a clearand accessible argument for a decisive actionagainst climate 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.
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