How can Indonesia make a big impact in Copengahen ?


 

It is said that Indonesia is among 3 biggest carbon emitter in this world. There has been a massive forest destroyed in the last 3 decades.

The next climate talks in Copenhagen will play a big impact on Indonesia.

Barrack Obama and its government team, shoUld  make a good sUpport for Indonesia and other developing contries in solving the climate change.

China on the other hand shoUld spend more dollars and effort in redUcing the carbon emitted every year.

One Response to “How can Indonesia make a big impact in Copengahen ?”

  1. artesian1 Says:

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