The world must build a bottom-up response to climate change, says Tyson Dyck in

The House that Copenhagen Built

February 11, 2010

Tyson Dyck, who is currently completing graduate studies at Stanford Law School as a Fulbright Scholar and Fellow in the Stanford Program in International Legal Studies, examines the Copenhagen Accord and its indication that a successful global response to climate change must be built from the ground up.

A "bottom-up" approach may be more successful, says Tyson, because at the regional level, stakeholder interests are more closely aligned and agreement among them is more easily reached.

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