These comments say ‘yes’: -

The framework of C&C provides a flexible methodology to address
the problem of allocation of emission rights. The contraction of
overall world emissions pursued along with the convergence of
countries’ average per capita emissions, allows developing countries
to partake of the carbon budget. The per capita entitlements
approach is an effective one in that it takes into account historical
responsibility and is based on the egalitarian distribution of the
commons, within which international justice positions of causal
responsibility such as the ‘polluter pays principle,’ come in."

Ban Ki-moon - Secretary General United Nations.
Rajendra Pachauri - Chairman IPCC.
Yvo de Boer - Former Executive Secretary UNFCCC.
Gloria Macapagal Arroyo - President Philippines.
Zhou Dadi - Chief advisor national energy strategy P. Rep China.

“C&C is destined to be the most important principle governing
international relations in the 21st century. It is a powerful ethic that
incorporates global justice and sustainability and bridges the
dominant concerns of the last century and this one. It is the only
way to accommodate the interests of developing and rich countries
in the struggle to find a solution to the most important
environmental problem facing the world.”

Dr Clive Hamilton
Economist Australia.

Nomination of Aubrey Meyer of GCI by Dr Mayer Hillman of PSI

Question 1 - Brief History
Question 2 - Achievements Impact
Question 3 - Scale of Impact
Question 4 - Leadership
Question 5 - Spread Awareness
Question 6 - Recognition
Question 7 - Long-term Vision
Question 8 - Activities Obstacles
Question 9 - Innovation
Question 10 - Innovation Impact

QUESTION TEN - Has the innovation had a significant impact to date?