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11 years after the Kyoto Protocol was signed—only
to be consigned to irrelevance over the subsequent decade—nations would negotiate post-2012 action.
The realities of climate change are clearer than ever,
and the cost of action is mounting. Rich countries,
historically responsible for climate change, are
proposing new mechanisms to share the burden.
Leading developing countries such as India and
China need to negotiate hard as well and make
a big push for renewables
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