It’s been 17 years since world leaders united to address global climate change at the “Earth Summit” in Rio De Janeiro. Even though most leaders now agree about the need to cap global carbon emissions, countries on different ends of the economic spectrum differ about the best, and most equitable, course of action. We examine competing notions of “fairness” and “responsibility”, and why countries like China and India are demanding special concessions from American and European negotiators.


  • Sivan Kartha Senior Scientist, Stockholm Environment Institute
  • Fiona Harvey Environment Correspondent, Financial Times

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