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December 10, 2012

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Gail Henderson

Accounting for the principle of CBDR cannot be done so long as the onus is entirely on developing nations. Currently, Canada's per capita emissions are more than double China's (see http://edgar.jrc.ec.europa.eu/overview.php?v=CO2ts_pc1990-2011). Until developed countries take some real steps to drastically reduce their per capita emissions, on what basis can demands be made of developing countries?

Cam Jefferies

I completely agree. Still, there must be developing nation participation beyond the acceptance of direct foreign investment. I am concerned that it becomes a "you first," "no, you first" sort of situation. Both need to take the plunge together.

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