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David Hone: December 2009
Climate Change Adviser, Shell Group

David Hone: December 2009

David Hone is the climate change adviser for the Shell Group and vice chairman of the International Emissions Trading Association. He also works closely with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development.

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Trust, but verify

The Copenhagen Accord is neither a continuation of the status quo or a new deal, but a hybrid of the two. Whilst it maintains the core elements of the Kyoto Protocol, it also introduces the United States into the international framework whilst at the same time bringing developing country emissions into the picture in a meaningful way.

By David Hone | December 23, 2009; 06:45 AM ET | Comments (0)

Show me the money . . .

With the second week of Copenhagen now upon us and the days rapidly counting down to the conclusion of the summit, the true meaning of climate change politics is showing its hand - money.

By David Hone | December 15, 2009; 08:44 AM ET | Comments (2)

The EPA Strikes Back

Over many years, the Clean Air Act has been a successful piece of legislation for managing pollutants, such as sulfur from coal combustion, which in the past have resulted in damage to forests, cities and ultimately human health.

By David Hone | December 8, 2009; 03:26 PM ET | Comments (1)

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