ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Common but Differentiated Responsibilities among Non-Annex I Countries of UNFCCC


The web version of this article corrects a few errors that appeared in the print edition.


The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change has classified countries into two groups: Annex I countries and Non-Annex I countries for the purpose of taking on Common but Differentiated Responsibilities. While the ACs have not quite led the efforts in combating climate change, the world has started looking for a different negotiation framework. Though the role of ACs is paramount, this paper suggests a new framework that defines CBDR among NACs, consistent with UNFCCC principles. The framework suggested here covers per capita emissions, total emissions and carbon dioxide intensity.

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