Extract from “BFM on COP21 #2: The Developed and The Developing”

“You cannot say ‘this country should do more, this country should do less, we are only going to support the extremely vulnerable countries’, because every country is vulnerable, we had the worst recorded floods, Philippines had some of the worst ever, we are witnessing this almost on a monthly basis. So key is, preserve the fundamental principles of the convention, work on that, enhance that, and I think we’ll have a Paris agreement. But if you do not accept the principles, then I’m afraid developing countries, and they form the majority of parties in this negotiation, will not agree to it. That will be the breaking point. ”
—Professor Gurdial Singh Nijar, Malaysian Negotiator for the Paris talks and lead spokesman for Like Minded Developing Countries (LMDC)

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