India joins US, China in opposition to EU climate plan
Almost twenty years after the adoption of the Kyoto Protocol on climate change, dvisions between industrial nations over the scope of actions needed remain. The European Union has proposed that global leaders engage in another round of talks aimed at drafting a new treaty – an idea which has been rejected by the US, China, and India.
Speaking at this week’s United Nations conference on climate change in Durban, South Africa, a representative of the delegation from India outlined his objections to the EU proposal.
“Our objective in these negotiations is not to launch a process for a new
climate treaty,” said J.M. Mauskar. Read more of Bloomberg News’ coverage of the climate change talks.