Responsible Profit: Crafting a Fair Climate Agreement

Dec 17, 2007

Nikhil Chandavarkar of the UN says Developed countries focus on mitigation and absolute emissions levels, whereas developing countries cite their low per capita emissions and their need for adaptation, technology, and finance. Negotiators must reconcile these concerns to craft a fair successor agreement to the Kyoto Protocol.

Nikhil Chandavarkar of the UN says developed countries focus on mitigation and absolute emissions levels, whereas developing countries cite their low per capita emissions and their need for adaptation, technology, and finance. Negotiators must reconcile these concerns to craft a fair successor agreement to the Kyoto Protocol.

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