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Wednesday, 26 September 2012

BASIC Quartet discuss common negotiating position

According to The Economic Times, following the recently-held Bangkok round of UN-sponsored climate negotiations, the BASIC quartet - Brazil, South Africa, India and China - met in Brazil to discuss their common negotiating position for the year-end talks in Doha, Qatar.While there are differences within the quartet over the legal nature of the new climate regime talks on which will be held in Doha, and the controversial European Union Emission Trading Scheme, there is enough common ground between these countries.
The one issue of clear agreement was the quartet's commitment to the extension of the Kyoto Protocol, the iconic 1997 treaty, which legally required developed countries to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

Source: Economic Times

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