Countries submit emissions pledges

Guest Writer

Fifty-five countries have submitted pledges for curbing greenhouse gas emissions to the UN climate convention. According to a BBC report, governments were asked make their submission by 31 January, according to the ‘Copenhagen Accord’, the document produced at December’s UN climate summit. The 55 countries sending in pledges include EU member states, US and Japan, as well Brazil, China, India and South Africa, who met in Delhi recently to discuss emission cut plans.

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