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"Mr President, the Copenhagen Summit showed another way of looking at the question of climate change. The real problem was not about limiting greenhouse gas emissions, but about proposing effective mechanisms which support their reduction. So far, the European Community has been the leader in the field of reducing CO emissions, and is still setting standards for achieving this worldwide. Therefore, within the framework of the European Union, it is worth proposing a sustainable approach which would make possible the financing of appropriate measures of our own, first of all, within the EU. The money would come from an EU fund established jointly by all Member States, with contributions being based proportionally on each country’s GDP. In this way, we would achieve equal contributions from each Member State, without unnecessary complications. Priority would be given to financing measures which would contribute to a real reduction in emissions at the lowest cost."@en1
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