• Developing countries to challenge emissions limits

    • Date: 01/12/09

    The Daily Telegraph: Developing countries are preparing to challenge tough limits on their carbon dioxide emissions that could damage their economies, after tough proposals from Denmark were leaked ahead of next week’s Copenhagen climate change summit. The documents, which emerged on Monday in India, appear to argue that the world’s emissions ought to halve by […]

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  • On Copenhagen, India flexible but won’t bend

    • Date: 30/11/09

    Up against sustained pressure from developed countries, including the US, to settle for a political declaration at Copenhagen on climate change, India has made it clear that it will not pre-empt the negotiations and will continue to strive for a legally binding outcome based on the UN Framework for Climate Change and the Bali Action […]

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  • Indian officials dismiss Danish climate proposal

    • Date: 30/11/09

    Associated Press: NEW DELHI — Top Indian officials dismissed a draft climate change proposal by Denmark that expects developing economies to peak their greenhouse gas emissions by 2025, news reports said Monday. The draft document was circulated to a few countries ahead of the Dec. 7-18 summit in Copenhagen, which is supposed to draw up […]

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  • Copenhagen: India, China threaten joint exit

    • Date: 28/11/09

    The Times of India: In an unprecedented move, India on Saturday joined China and two other developing countries to prepare for a major offensive on rich nations at the Copenhagen conference on climate change next month. The four countries, which include Brazil and South Africa, agreed to a strategy that involves jointly walking out of the […]

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