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Center for International Climate and Environment Research

THE CENTER FOR International Climate and Environment Research (CICERO) is a nonprofit, independent research institution established in association with the University of Oslo by the Norwegian government in 1990. CICERO conducts experiments and performs research regarding issues, such as climate change and greenhouse gas emissions. Additionally, it offers recommendations to alleviate the detrimental effects of climate change. CICERO has published an array of articles and continues to undertake research projects that serve to deter the process of global warming. CICERO has three objectives: to recommend policies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, to encourage global participation in adopting climate and environmental policies, and to propose policies that accomplish long- and short-term goals. CICERO's work influences a wide range of audiences, including national and international organizations, government ...

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