First climate conference agrees further talks on emission cuts

The first conference of parties to the UN Convention on Climate Change culminated in April with a deal to decide by 1997 the need for further action to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases after 2000. Yet even this was hard won, with credit due largely to India and the EC. However, oil producing countries and small island states were sidelined in the effort to reach agreement, boding ill for future talks.

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