Climate-change research after Kyoto

@article{Hasselmann1997ClimatechangeRA,
  title={Climate-change research after Kyoto},
  author={Klaus Hasselmann},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1997},
  volume={390},
  pages={225-226}
}
A scientific consensus that humans are influencing the climatewill be behind any agreements on greenhouse-gas reductions nextmonth. But how can climate research have an optimal influenceon climate policy in the future? 
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