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India, China and Climate Cooperation

Mizo, Robert

India Quarterly, December 2016, Vol.72(4), pp.375-394 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    India, China and Climate Cooperation
  • Autor: Mizo, Robert
  • Assuntos: Climate Change ; Climate Policy ; Climate Diplomacy ; Climate Cooperation ; China ; India ; History & Archaeology
  • É parte de: India Quarterly, December 2016, Vol.72(4), pp.375-394
  • Descrição: India and China—two of the largest emitters today—share common concerns arising from climate change. Reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and several other studies have concluded that the two countries face imminent threat in the form of ecological degradation, food and water scarcity, agricultural shifts, health hazards, etc. due to climate change. In addition, India and China have shared national circumstances as developing countries. Both nations face serious third world challenges such as socio-economic development, poverty eradication, and health and food security concerns in their respective home fronts. Home to approximately one third of the global population, the developmental needs and aspirations of these countries are enormous and certainly bound to be further complicated by the effects of climate change. India and China have emerged as key players in the international climate change negotiations voicing the concerns of the developing world...
  • Idioma: Inglês

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