Climatologists – start your engines!

By Incorrect Author 15 December 2009

The climate summit resumed on Monday afternoon after protests from developing nations forced a half-day hiatus in the conference. But for the rest of the day, the conference was limited to informal talks on procedural issues such as the G-77’s demands for more time on the Kyoto Protocol. [See The Daily Maverick story] G77-China chief negotiator Lumumba Di-Aping explained why the bloc had withdrawn its cooperation earlier, saying: “It has become clear that the Danish presidency - in the most undemocratic fashion - is advancing the interests of the developed countries at the expense of the balance of obligations between developed and developing countries.” For more, read the BBC

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