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Nobel Peace Winners Speak In Stockholm

Published onsdag 12 december 2007 kl 14.03

Nobel Peace Prize winners Al Gore and Rajendra Pachauri have stopped off in Stockholm on their way from the award ceremony in Oslo to the climate change talks in Bali.

Speaking in the Swedish Parliament the prize winners painted a grim picture of what could lie in store for mankind if climate change isn’t prevented.

Pachuari, head of the UN’s Panel On Climate Change, told MP’s that the world has until 2015 to put a brake on carbon dioxide emissions, after that things will get worse quickly, he said.

In his speech Al Gore said that the best way to reduce CO2 emissions is by raising the taxes on carbon dioxide, while lowering income taxes at the same time. He also accused the USA of blocking the climate talks in Bali, but added that a breakthrough could still be possible.

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