Many worry that the upcoming international climate talks in Copenhagen could result in a general policy of federalism that would allow individual countries to set their own goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. This could potentially result in countries setting insufficient reduction standards, or pledging compliance to reductions without really following through. These problems also haunted the Kyoto Protocol talks and aftermath, so climate activists have been hoping for a stronger Copenhagen Agreement with universal standards and monitoring to replace the largely ineffective measures produced in Kyoto.
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