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Key Players Take Up Positions Ahead of Bali Climate Summit

6:54 AM MST | November 30, 2007 |

Alex Scott

The United Nations (UN) and various government leaders have begun setting out their respective positions on proposed carbon dioxide emissions cuts ahead of next week’s inter-governmental climate change summit in Bali, Indonesia. This week an independent report commissioned by UN agency the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has asserted that developed countries need to cut their global warming gas (GWG) emissions 80%, and ‘advanced developing countries’ must cut emissions 20%, compared with emissions in 1990, by 2050. UNDP says such...

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