UK storms should be catalyst for climate change treaty, says Ed Davey

Guardian: The energy and climate change secretary, Ed Davey, has warned that the floods should act as a catalyst for a new international treaty to tackle global warming. While the link between the current UK storms and climate change remains under dispute, Davey said that extreme weather conditions in the United States had changed the debate over there. "I hope it will stiffen the arm of British people arguing for it [action against climate change]. I am arguing for it very strongly both in Europe and......

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