India on Sunday slammed the US and
other parties to the Copenhagen Accord for failing to deliver
"fast track" financial obligations to Least Developed
Countries (LDCs) and other nations facing the risk of climate
More than 110 countries have signed up to the Copenhagen Accord on fighting global warming but the United Nations said on Wednesday that their pledges for cutting greenhouse gas emissions were insufficient.
BASIC nations -- India, Brazil,
South Afrcia and China – on Sunday said they would stick to the
January 31 deadline and communicate information on voluntary
mitigation actions to the UN climate change panel.
Asserting that India and China have protected the interests of the developing world at Copenhagen, External Affairs Minister SM Krishna told his Chinese counterpart Tuesday that they now have to evolve a post-Copenhagen strategy.