"Boys will be boys." And why it is important to change this in the world
climate debate and decision structure.
Editorial: In the triple nexus that is the defining concern of World Streets
- namely, mobility, land use and climate - we have to be ready to take stock
and face up to the reality that most of the problems we face today in each
of these areas is the result of the domination of an "old order", a certain
way of seeing and doing things. What have we got wrong? What can we do about
it? And what might this mean to COP15 and beyond?
(This is the latest in a continuing series of articles that World Streets is
contributing to the run-up to COP15 -- in which we are trying to get under
the skin of the process that is, see it or not, shaping the debate and the
decisions. A process that we feel strongly now needs to be fundamentally
redrawn if our planet and the future of our children are to be ensured.
(List of related W/S articles follows below.)
Can we spot the fundamental underlying problem that is shaping, and
limiting, the whole process debate? And if so, how to make a big, defining
Here is our analysis and our proposal.
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