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Copenhagen meet-------what is the bottomline?

Asked by Good Citizen, 22 Dec '09 11:26 am
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The bottom line: we can embrace this accord, take a substantial step forward, and continue to refine it and build upon its foundation. We can do that, and everyone who is in this room will be a part of an historic endeavor one that makes life better for our children and grandchildren. It was said by Obama but the other leaders failed to arrive at a consensus hence it got postponed to the next summit meet. THE ACCORD The three-page document sealed by leaders of the biggest countries isn\'t binding - nor backed by smaller nations. WHAT\'S IN Nations to list pledges to fight climate change and take action to prevent the Earth\'s temperature from rising by more than 2 deg C. Nations to provide information on their progress in curbing emissions. Richer nations to raise US$30 billion (S$42 billion) in emergency aid in next three years to help poorer nations cope with climate change. Funding to be raised to US$100 billion a year by 2020. End-2010 deadline for submission o ...more
Answered by dharamender nebhnani, 23 Dec '09 12:16 am

 
  
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Bottomline!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!: Yeah, Many a delegates were seen to have been dozing!!!! Developing Nations should resort into arm-twisting of the developed ones , esp., the States.
Answered by Siachen, 22 Dec '09 11:44 am

 
  
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