UN Climate Change Summit 2011, Durban (South Africa)

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At this year’s UN Climate Summit in Durban, South Africa, there are some obvious and achievable steps that governments must take to ensure progress is made. Oxfam believes that climate change is a global problem, requiring a global solution – a UN deal that is fair to both rich and poor countries.

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