India Talks Tough, Walks Out with China

Sharma, Betwa
December 2009
India -- West;12/18/2009, Vol. 35 Issue 4, pA34
The article reports that India, China, Brazil, and South Africa walked out of negotiations due to the failure of developed nations to meet their commitments under the Kyoto protocol for undertaking cuts on emissions.


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