1] Of India’s three predominant objectives at the Durban Conference, which one, you consider, the most important and why?

2] In which two areas has India’s effort been commendable? Why are the areas significant?

3] What makes the existence of Kyoto Protocol short-lived? Cite 2 reasons.

4] Identify the most important decision that Parties took at Durban. Was it justified? Cite a reason.

5] What makes the role of the LCA important? Cite 2 reasons.

6] From India’s perspective, the Durban Summit has been dictatorial rather than democratic. Cite an evidence to justify.

7] Identify the 4 factors which can be attributed to India's failure at Durban on the front of negotiating strategy.

8] ‘Durban is a wake-up call.’ Cite an evidence in support of it.

9] What adds to the complexity of the climate negotiations and why?

10] The Durban Summit displays an absence of bedrock principles. Justify with 2 reasons. 

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