No historic agreement at G-8 summit on cutting greenhouse gas emissions

Leaders at the Group of Eight summit meeting  failed to make a breakthrough to cut in half the global production of greenhouse gases by 2050 as India and China claimed an unfair burden when their economies are growing rapidly. But Adil Najam, co-winner of the Nobel Peace Prize and a BU professor of international relations,  disputes their reasons and can discuss the failure to resolve the deep split among G-8 countries.

Contact Adil Najam (617) 358-4000, anajam@bu.edu

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