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where the hope is to find a plan to curb global warming every year we throw twenty million tons of plastic in the oceans , with disastrous consequences , i knew investments , could not ignore this environmental mess , that's something that those here are still hopeful of achieving , is still one of optimism the insistence among those speaking on the panels and in the hallways that something can still be done i'm quite encouraged nda with technologies with , we can , to get there i know it is a huge challenge , that together so that people are going parties with the commitment that we have now , but it's not snowing mean feat , stopping temperatures from rising by more than two degrees celsius has long been a goal of clement go shake his yet just six months before the paris meeting prospects of a meaningful deal are fading , these origins origins of climate change i think improved we know that economic efficiency and environmental efficiency can no longer exist born without the other , governments are still wary of the economic costs of action and proposed cuts in carbon emissions are still unlikely to be enough , some experts have suggested the paris could be a funeral without a corpse but if the optimism of delegates and speakers at the o. e. c. d. is anything to go by like idiots behind