Why Don’t Green Treaties Work?

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In a Guardian Science Extra podcast interview, Professor Lawrence Susskind talks about how the process of treaty-making and treaty enforcement could be modified to make environmental agreements more effective. He was interviewed after he spoke at the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s (AAAS) annual meeting in Boston on February 16.

Lawrence Susskind is the Ford Professor of Urban and Environmental Planning at MIT and founder of the Consensus Building Institute. He is also the vice-chair of education for the Program on Negotiation’s Executive Committee.

Read his comments from the AAAS conference on Strengthening the Global Environmental Treaty-making System .

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