At the 1995 Climate Conference in Berlin it became clear again that a change is needed in attitudes and in actual behavior in order to avoid and mitigate dramatic climate changes and their impacts. This new thinking has to lead to changes in individual and social action on the one hand, and to improved national and international laws and agreements on the other hand. In this year’s report the Council uses these two approaches to address global environmental problems; it thus represents a follow-up to its first report of 1993.
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