New Zealand says Kyoto not enough

2012-12-02 22:31
Navajo Generating Station, from Lake Powell, in Page, Arizona.  ( Ross D. Franklin, AP/File)

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Doha - New Zealand's climate minister says UN climate talks are too focused on the Kyoto Protocol and that his country is "ahead of the curve" for opting out of the emissions pact's second phase.

Groser said on Sunday in Qatar that the focus instead should be on creating a new deal that includes all countries, echoing a long-held position by the US, which never joined Kyoto.

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