Tiana Ramahaleo on Madagascar’s position in the climate negotiations

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Mr. Tiana Ramahaleo from the Madagascar delegation and World Wildlife Fund discusses Madagascar’s role within the G77 and the African Group. He also explains Madagascar’s wishes for a second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol and further progress on REDD. Ramahaleo also explains the different views Madagascar has compared with Canada and the United States concerning the negotiations – he believes if developed countries don’t want to participate in the Kyoto Protocol they should at least step aside and stop interfering.

Interviewed by Anna McGinn on November 29, 2011, COP 17, Durban, South Africa

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