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Published: Monday 29 July, 2013

marant high tops marant high tops ´╗┐Developing countries present climate proposal



summit on global warming, a South African negotiator said.



Officials from China, India, Brazil and South Africa laid out their proposal in a preparatory meeting with developed countries in Copenhagen, South Africas chief negotiator, Alf Wills, told The Associated Press.



He declined to give details on either proposal, which represent the differing viewpoints of rich and developing countries heading into the Dec. 718 conference in the Danish capital. Negotiators from 192 countries will seek a new agreement to marant high tops curb emissions of climatewarming greenhouse gases.



The key question is how to divide the responsibility for reducing emissions globally, with developing countries saying they should not be forced to commit to binding targets. are the worlds biggest polluters, accounting for about 40 percent of global greenhouse emissions.



Wills described the meeting in Copenhagen on Tuesday as informal consultations to try to find a way forward.



Senior Indian officials on Monday reportedly dismissed the Danish draft document, saying it expects developing economies to peak their greenhouse gas emissions by 2025.



Indian Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh called the Danish draft totally unacceptable, The Economic Times reported.



Danish officials declined to comment, but said they were consulting with all major stakeholders ahead of the summit.



Scientists warn of potentially catastrophic climate change if average global temperatures rise more than 2 degrees Celsius 3.6 Fahrenheit from preindustrial levels.



Last week, China announced it would cut carbon intensity, a measure of carbon dioxide emissions per unit of production, by 40 percent to 45 percent by 2020, compared with levels in 2005.



The Chinese target means emissions will continue to grow as its economy expands, but at nearly half the rate they would have otherwise.



The developing countries want to keep the framework of the Kyoto Protocol, which required 37 wealthy nations to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 2012, but made no demands from developing countries.



The Danish paper, parts of which were made available to The Associated Press, s marant high tops uggests that the Kyoto accord be extended with amended targets for the industrial countries. A parallel document would incorporate actions by developing countries and financial arrangements to help them adapt to climate change and lower the growth of emissions.



Negotiators in Copenhagen also have the option of incorporating the Kyoto accord into a broader agreement, or scrapping it altogether for a more allencompassing treaty.



The conference had originally been intended to produce a final global warming treaty, but that now seems out of reach. Most leaders now hope the conference can produce a framewor marant high tops k agreement, leaving only details, technical arrangements and legal language to be concluded over the next six to 12 months.



About 100 world leaders have agreed to attend the conference. President Barack Obama said he would be there Dec. 9 on his way to Norway to collect his Nobel Peace prize. marant high tops

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