Cancun Summit


Following the Copenhagen Accord in 2009, the UN Cancun Climate Summit held in December 2010 was part of a series of ongoing climate talks involving member states of the United Nations. The outcome of the summit was an agreement adopted by the states' parties that called for a large "Green Climate Fund", and a "Climate Technology Centre" and network. It looked forward to a second commitment period for the Kyoto Protocol. (Source: Wikipedia)

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