Delegates to COP17, the United Nations climate change conference in Durban, South Africa, extended their annual gathering to try to hammer out an agreement. But what credibility does it have as the developed countries face economic crisis and the developing nations have pressure to grow. Our expert considers the Durban debates from an Indian perspective in this report.

THE United Nations climate change conference attracted 20,000 people from 194 countries to Durban, South Africa, and created a lot of hot air – notably through delegates jetting in to the annual jamboree from around the world.

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 Barun S. Mitra
Political and economic aspirations in many developing countries are forcing leaders to think again before they talk about securing the future of the planet
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