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Global polluters hold two days of debates in Paris

de A.C.
Joi, 17 aprilie 2008, 12:40 English | Regional Europe

The world's biggest polluting economies meet in Paris for two days starting Thursday to discuss possible measures to fight climate change, international newspapers report. The main 16 economies of the world, including the US and China, cover some 80% of total carbon emissions globally.

After a 2007 summit in Washington and an experts meeting in Hawaii in January, the current reunion in Paris, Major Economies Meeting is dedicated to finding a solution to cut carbon gas emissions in industrial sectors and technology transfers.

US representatives announced before the meeting that they planned to stop carbon gas emissions by 2025 but US President George W. Bush did not put forward any mandatory objective nor did he propose necessary measures, AFP informs.

United States remains the last and single industrial country that refused to ratify the Kyoto Protocol.

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