Rola polskiej prezydencji na konferencji klimatycznej w Durbanie
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Krakowskie Studia Międzynarodowe 2012, nr 2, s. 75-82.
- konferencja klimatyczna; zmiany klimatyczne; wzrost temperatury; Protokół z Kioto; konferencja w Durbanie
Polish presidency was dependent on the work of European Commission in 2011. A great amount of international factors influenced its fate and course of events, however more and more factors had global character, which was present in the Union Policies. These factors are: international trade, access to the third country markets, financial regulations and climate change. Poland therefore faced the greatest challenge of its several years of participation in project of European integration and act on behalf of the European Union. In terms of climate protection and energy a lot was expected from Poland since it was under the leadership on conference in Durban. The European Union had to argue for the continuation of the Kyoto Protocol after 2012. This conference had a significant impact on the fight against global warming and suppression of carbon emissions. Poland on behalf of European Union was therefore required to take appropriate measures. First of all, Poland was supposed to keep the European position on the climate change and show how the European Union is able to get involved in the fight against global warming.
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