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Developing Countries
· China Accuses Rich Countries of Intending to Reshape Kyoto Protocol
· BASIC Group Countries Underscore Support to Copenhagen Accord
· Indian FM: India, China Protect Interests of Developing Nations at Copenhagen Summit
· Indonesia Hopes to Be Role Model in Combating Climate Change
· China Tells Climate Change 'Hijack' Critics to Honor Obligations
· Brazil's Lula Blasts US Performance at Copenhagen Conference
· China Refutes British Criticism over Climate Talks
· Developing Nations' Diplomats Hail China's Efforts in Copenhagen Talks
· Premier: China's Role in Copenhagen Talks 'Important and Constructive'
· Comment that Copenhagen Accord Only Private Consultation Untrue and Irresponsible
· China Seeks to Clear up Summit Deal
· China: Talks with Developing Nations 'Transparent'
· Nepal Expresses Discontentment over Copenhagen Climate Change Conference
· S African Opposition Says Copenhagen Deal 'Not Acceptable'
· Quotable Quotes from Chinese Premier Wen at Copenhagen Conference
· Brazilian President Frustrated by COP15 Impasse
· Premier Stresses Co-op Against Climate Change
· Copenhagen Accord Challenged by African Countries and NGOs
· Indian PM Singh: Kyoto Protocol Should Continue to Stand
· Premier Expresses China's Sincerity at UN Climate Conference
· Full Text of Chinese Premier's Address at Copengagen Climate Change Summit
· Wen: China Faces Special Difficulty in Emissions Reduction
· Wen: China's Climate Mitigation Action Unconditional
· Premier: Long-term Perspective, Focus on Present Needed in Fighting Climate Change
· Wen: Principle of 'Common But Differentiated Responsibilities' Must Never Be Compromised
· Wen: UNFCCC, Kyoto Protocol Must Be Strengthened
· Premier: China Regards Climate Change Fight a Strategic Task
· Wen: China Sets Pace in New Energy, Afforestation
· Premier: China Makes Most Intensive Efforts in Energy Conservation, Pollution Reduction
· Brazilian Envoy at Copenhagen Talks: Voluntary Efforts by Developing Nations Not Subject to Int'l Scrutiny
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COP15 Introduction Agenda
The COP15 conference is the 15th Conference of the Parties under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). It is co-organized by the Danish Government. The conference will run for two weeks from December 7-18.

Key Issues / 3 Major Stances

>>Causes for Climate Change

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