This comment will focus on the role that the principle of common and differentiated responsibilities plays in global climate negotiations under the United Nations Framework on Climate Change and more recent climate negotiations by the Conference of the Parties. More specifically, this comment will focus on the implications this has for developing and developed countries, namely on China and the United States as the two largest emitters of greenhouse gases in the world, and as developing and developed countries respectively.
Recommended CitationSophia Sofferman, Climate Change Negotiations and Doha, Qatar, 26 Pace Int'l L. Rev. 32 (2014)
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