The climate talks (COP18) wrapped up today in Doha, Qatar, with package of decisions, including an agreement to move forward an international climate agreement by 2015.
Following are key developments:
The parties resolved the Second Commitment Period of the Kyoto Protocol by adopting amendments;
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As the climate talks concluded today, Parties agreed to move forward with a “Durban Package” that includes a pathway forward on a legally-binding instrument for all countries, an agreement on a second commitment for the Kyoto Protocol, and a set of decisions to implement the Cancun Agreements, including the Green Climate Fund.
As the climate meetings in Durban, South Africa, approach, it is a key moment to find a way forward with international cooperation to address climate change.
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