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Pan African Climate Justice Alliance committee member and friend of Natural Justice, Augustine Njamnshi (Cameroon), today reacted to the “blindness” of developed countries to the need for strong social and environmental guarantees in the COPs outcome. He accuses developed countries of marginalising IPLCs and NGOs voices in the COP and argues that developing countries are not fighting hard enough to guarantee climate justice, i.e. an agreement that promotes equity, especially for those most vulnerable to climate change.

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17 December 2009

Programme

Climate Change

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