FIRED UP MEDIA: Three Issues to Watch During the Durban Climate Summit

January 2012
Earth Island Journal;Winter2012, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p18
The article offers information on the International Climate Negotiations roadshow to be held in Durban, South Africa in December 2012. It mentions that the topics of the roadshow includes, the future of the Kyoto Protocol, climate change and the efforts to reduce emissions. It mentions that the U.S. will adopt emission limits, if China, India, and Brazil commit to reduce emission.


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