China and India call on rich countries to step up climate change efforts | Environment | The Guardian

China and India, the world’s first and third biggest greenhouse gas emitters, projected a united front on climate change on Friday with a rare joint statement that asked rich countries to step up efforts to reduce global carbon emissions.
The statement, issued by the two largest developing nations during Indian prime minister Narendra Modi’s visit to China, asked wealthy countries to provide finance, technology and other necessary support to emerging countries to help reduce their own emissions.
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One Response to China and India call on rich countries to step up climate change efforts | Environment | The Guardian

  1. John says:

    Reblogged this on jpratt27.

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