Climate change deal clinched at COP21: Here's why India is on the receiving end

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Delhi-based Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) has termed the climate deal as "weak and unambitious". It does not include any "meaningful" targets and has discharged developed nations from their historical responsibility, it said.

"Developing countries have got words and promise of money while the developed countries have finally got rid of their historical responsibility of causing climate change. They have no legally binding targets on finance or emissions cuts," CSE director general Sunita Narain said.
Since Sunita Narain has said its a bad deal, it seems the deal will be good for all especially the poor nations. Interesting is the fact that this simply seems to be an extension of the China US climate Deal.
 

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