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IPFCCC AWG-KP Position PDF Print
Saturday, 07 November 2009 11:50

The IIPFCC acknowledges that the Kyoto Protocol (KP) is the only legally binding international instrument that sets quantified commitment targets and binding time tables for each Annex I Parties to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions. Indigenous peoples do not have time to wait for another binding agreement to be developed, which could take years. The Kyoto Protocol has many flaws, including violations of human rights within the implementation of its project mechanisms such as Clean Development Mechanisms, but the prospect of losing the only international treaty with no alternatives in place is problematic.

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