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South African Meeting Hopes To Reduce Climate Change

April 25, 2010 — Four nations gather to discuss climate change in South Africa over the weekend.

Leaders of South Africa, India, China and Brazil are meeting in Cape Town this weekend to discuss the importance of strong international climate change agreements.

South African Environment Minister Buyelwa Sonjica and her counterparts said they hope that intonational talks taking place later this year in Mexico will lead to binding agreements that will reduce green house gasses and help poor nations deal with the economic fall out of climate change.

The 1997 Kyoto Protocol expires in 2012.

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