G-77 and climate change negotiations

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G-77, which is most commonly referred to simply as the G-77 which represents 130 countries in the United Nations forums[1] is an active participant in United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change negotiations for an agreement beyond the 2012 expiry date of the Kyoto Protocol.

In the negotiations, China has aligned itself with the G-77 to the extent that the G-77 is often referred to as G-77/China.

Key Documents

Contact Details

Group of 77
United Nations Headquarters, Room S-3953
New York, N.Y. 10017, U.S.A.
Phone: (212) 963-0192 and (212) 963-3816
Fax: (212) 963-3515 and (212) 963-1753
Email: g77off AT unmail.org
Website: http://www.g77.org/

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References

  1. The Group of 77, "About the Group of 77", The Group of 77 website, accessed September 2008.

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