BASIC nations vow to take united stand against rich nations over climate change negotiations

The Times of India reports on how the BASIC nations (Brazil, South Africa, India and China) have declared solidarity over future international climate change negotiations:

The BASIC nations — Brazil, South Africa, India and China — are expected to come out with a joint statement this afternoon, reflecting their common stand during future climate change negotiations.

Idea is to ensure that the differentiation between developed and developing countries finds its place in the 2015 global climate deal so that the onus lies on rich nations to contribute substantially towards taking mitigations steps for handling the menace of climate change.

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