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Wednesday, 31 October 2012

Developing countries firm up common position for Doha

Negotiators from 46 Least Developed Countries (LDC) met in Nairobi on Monday (29 October) to develop a common position to be presented at the November climate talks in Doha. The technical experts said that developing nations would agree on shared goals which include the establishment of a new climate treaty, financing and technologies required to accelerate green transition.
The Kyoto Protocol empowers developing countries to fully participate in processes geared towards achieving low carbon status. Experts told news agency Xinhua that the strong presence of vulnerable countries in climate talks has influenced a positive outcome. The Legal Officer of Division of Environmental Law and Conventions, UNEP, Robert Ondowe, said that the Nairobi preparatory meeting would  enable negotiators from developing countries present coherent proposals at Doha climate talks.

Source: Africa Review

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