Bolivian president urges enforcement of climate change conference conclusionsChina
Bolivian President Evo Morales on Thursday urged the international community to enforce the conclusions reached during a climate change conference hosted in April in the South American country.
International delegations gathered in the Bolivian city of Cochabamba four months ago for the World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth, where they noted the rapidly worsening climate condition and urged developed countries to help developing countries fight the ominous tendency.
The Bolivian event also called upon developed countries to reduce 50 percent of their green house emission during the period from 2013 to 2017 based on 1990 levels.
"I have a lot of hopes for this second round to take into account those conclusions," Morales said, referring to the upcoming international conference on the subject in the Chinese city of Tianjin.
He also highlighted the importance to enforce international policies to "cool" the planet, and called for a worldwide movement to demand the enforcement of the proposals.
Earlier this month, representatives from 192 countries attended a climate change conference in the German city of Bonn. Following the Tianjin meeting in October, a climate change summit will be held in the Mexican city of Cancun later this year.
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