▪ a mandatory fuel efficiency target by 2011
▪ an increased energy efficient building code to come into effect in 2012
▪ an increase in renewable energy to 20% by 2020
▪ raising tree cover to 15% by 2020
“We want to be transparent to the international community, but domestically accountable to our voters”
"now face many difficult choices if they choose to comply with the G-20 commitment to phase-out fossil fuel subsidies."
“We want a fair and equitable agreement. We are conscious of our responsibilities. India is contemplating taking unilateral mitigation cuts over the next fifteen to twenty years as a part of its development process, without jeopardizing economic growth. [India is considering making such cuts] part of a domestic legislative framework."
Reminding all that
“In the United Staets and the devloped world, emissions are lifestyle emissions. For us, emissions are developmental emissions.”
“Change your lifestyle. You're asking us to compromise on development. You change your lifestyle and then we'll think of compromising on development.”