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Argument: Sectoral emissions standards constrain developing nations

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Fred Pearce. "Rising nations face 'back door' emissions limits". New Scientist. April 26, 2008: "Developing countries are hostile to global standards, which they see as a way of imposing targets by the back door on countries which have far lower emissions per head of population than most developed nations. 'India is opposed to all sectoral global standards,' said Malini Mehra of India's Centre for Social Markets at the Royal Society meeting."

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