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Press Release – COP21 Edition – CCTNE

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COP21, otherwise known as the 2015 Paris Climate Summit, is expected to attract close to 50,000 participants, including 25,000 official delegates from government, intergovernmental organizations, UN agencies, NGOs and civil society, with over 190 countries represented. The Summit is expected to be of truly important significance due to the widely anticipated signing of an international climate change agreement that will cover all countries.

Climate Change the New Economy (CCTNE) – the leading publication on climate change & sustainability, supporting the Summit, is proud to foster communication between global stakeholders, through the publication of our historic COP 21 Edition.

The COP21 Edition has attracted an unprecedented number of contributing authors, representing the highest-level thought leadership on the most important issues driving the key policies at the Summit. Starting late November, the publication will be distributed to its global readership through its unique captive audience network. CCTNE’s strategic partners & contributing organisations will also be leveraging their content to their stakeholder groups, ensuring that the publication’s extensive, global reach is to as wide an audience as possible.

To view the COP21 Edition E-Zine, please click here.

For further information, please contact Mr. James D. Butler, Global Business Development Director, CCTNE:

James.butler@climatechange-theneweconomy.com

Tel: +44 7432 740 836

About Climate Change the New Economy:

Climate Change the New Economy (CCTNE) promotes independent and informed discussion on issues related to climate change, especially the implementation of innovation technology, through high quality publications aimed at political business leaders and opinion formers. With its unique distribution, the objective is to reach the widest possible audience in order to present a clear and accessible argument from established leaders in their fields to help prevent catastrophic climate change.

 

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