Copenhagen Accord

Three page draft Copehagen Accord, from around Friday 7pm, Dec 18, 2009; includes pen-markings.

The Copenhagen Accord is the document that delegates at the United Nations Climate Change Conference agreed to “take note of” at the final plenary session of the Conference on 18 December 2009.

The Accord is not legally binding, and does not commit countries ever to agree a binding successor to the Kyoto Protocol, whose present round ends in 2012.  The BBC immediately reported that the status and legal implications of the Copenhagen Accord were unclear.

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