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कॅटोविस परिषदेमध्ये गमावलेली संधी

The commitment to equity continues to elude climate change solutions.


The translations of EPW Editorials have been made possible by a generous grant from the H T Parekh Foundation, Mumbai. The translations of English-language Editorials into other languages spoken in India is an attempt to engage with a wider, more diverse audience. In case of any discrepancy in the translation, the English-language original will prevail.


Avinash Persaud writes:

Donald Trumps denial of human-made climate change, and the reluctant position of Brazil and India meant that no deal at the climate summit in Katowice, Poland was a real possibility. It would be just one more in a spate of recent defeats for multilateralism. But, after two weeks of wrangling, almost 200 countries signed up to a 133-page rule book on carbon emissions. The rule book is designed to implement the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change to limit the rise in global temperatures to below 20C.

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Published On : 28th Dec, 2018

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