The UN Climate Change Conference, which starts on 28 November in Durban, South Africa, should agree on a roadmap and deadline for finalising a comprehensive and legally binding global framework for climate action.
The European Commission has said that the Durban agreement would also represent the needed reassurances for the EU to enter into a second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol. It should also make operational the decisions taken last year in Cancún, Mexico, and result ...
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