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Kyoto protocol ‘will be on life support’ after Durban summit | guardian.co.uk

One of the most respected environmental research centres in the US has written off the chances that the UN climate summit in Durban will extend the life of the world’s only legal climate change treaty in any meaningful way.

The future of the Kyoto protocol – which commits countries to reducing global warming pollution – is a main item on the agenda of the Durban conference, which got under way on Monday.

For more on this story, visit: Kyoto protocol ‘will be on life support’ after Durban summit | Environment | guardian.co.uk.

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