Jules Kortenhorst

European Climate Foundation CEO, Jules Korenhorst, says it is critical that whatever agreement is produced by the Copenhagen summit fair, effective and amibitous. He said that national proposals so far, including bold ones fromMexico and Indonesia, are five gigatons short of safeguarding the planet from a two-degree temperature increase. He stresses there is now a need for “creative thinking” to raise the needed finance, including bunker fuel taxes and special drawing rights from the Bretton Woods system.