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Japan says ‘no’ to Kyoto Protocol second commitment period

December 1, 2010
Japan says ‘no’ to Kyoto Protocol second commitment period

By Arnab Pratim Dutta, news editor, Down To Earth 

New European Union report on funding commitments fails to meet developing countries’ expectations

December 1, 2010
New European Union report on funding commitments fails to meet developing countries’ expectations

By Arnab Pratim Duttanews editor, Down To Earth

India rejigs MRV, proposes middle path on 'transparency'

December 2, 2010

India rejigs MRV, proposes middle path on 'transparency'

By Arnab Pratim Dutta

Cancun: India has urged the Negotiating Parties at COP16 in Cancun, Mexico to work through a middle path on the controversial issue of transparency on mitigation actions carried out by developing countries.

CSE comes down hard on proposal to allow international scrutiny of domestic targets

As the negotiators battle it out at Cancun to pave way for a deal in climate change, India circulated a proposal called International Consultation and Analysis (ICA), as a middle path on the controversial issue of transparency on mitigation actions. This mechanism would essentially mean third-party monitoring of domestic targets and mitigation actions, something that violates the basic premise of the global climate debate.

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As the negotiators battle it out at Cancun to pave way for a deal in climate change, India circulated a proposal called International Consultation and Analysis (ICA), as a middle path on the controversial issue of transparency on mitigation actions. This mechanism would essentially mean third-party monitoring of domestic targets and mitigation actions, something that violates the basic premise of the global climate debate.

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Bangladesh
 

A S M Maruf Kabir, communication specialist, University of Dhaka, Dhaka, Bangladesh,
E-mail:
marufkabir@gmail.com

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Sunita Narain, Director,
Centre for Science and Environment,
E-mail: sunita@cseindia.org

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