BASIC nations again demand Kyoto extension

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Ministers meeting in Durban reiterate that second commitment period is not up for negotiation

The world's largest emerging economies have again stressed they remain on a collision course with many developed countries over the future of the Kyoto Protocol, insisting the controversial treaty must...

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