Ramesh Does Not Forsee Any Breakthrough in International Climate Change Agreement in 2010

by Savitha C Muppala on  May 10, 2010 at 9:33 PM General Health News
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The visiting Indian Minister for Forests and Environment Jairam Ramesh does not foresee any breakthrough in the international climate change agreement in 2010.
 Ramesh Does Not Forsee Any Breakthrough in International Climate Change Agreement in 2010
Ramesh Does Not Forsee Any Breakthrough in International Climate Change Agreement in 2010

"So far as negotiations are concerned... the prospects of a breakthrough in 2010 are very, very remote," Ramesh told reporters here.

"I don't see any silver lining or any silver bullet anywhere which is going to lead to an agreement," he added.

"We may have a political statement in Mexico, in Cancun, we may have a little more detailing of the Copenhagen accord... but if you ask me whether we will have an international agreement in Cancun, the answer is no," the Dawn quoted him, as saying.

Major players also seem to have given up on the goal of a treaty by the year end.

The task before them is to agree to keep greenhouse gas emissions from rising more than 2.0 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit), the target of the Copenhagen Accord.

Source: ANI
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