Berlin Mandate

An accord reached at the Berlin Conference to negotiate new targets for decreased greenhouse gas emissions and specific goals in specified timeframes—e.g., 2000, 2005, 2010
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Mr Prout started his career in the planning department of Westminster City Council in 1990 and went on to become help negotiate the Berlin mandate for the Kyoto Climate Change agreement while at the Department of the Environment and was the Principal Private Secretary to the Deputy Prime Minister.
The Berlin Mandate led to the Kyoto Protocol in 1997.
At Durban, China and India managed to water down the Berlin Mandate terminology to include the phrase "or an agreed outcome with legal force.
accepted the Berlin Mandate, it ultimately refused to join the Kyoto Protocol.
Instead of immediately engaging with the task of organising a global solution, the Berlin Mandate was adopted in April 1995, which sought to extend commitments for the industrial country group (Annex One) to control greenhouse gas emissions as required by the climate convention.
Recognising the flaw in the Berlin Mandate, the Indian Government made the following statement.
The countries that signed the Earth Summit agreement confirm their promises in the Berlin Mandate.
The new agreement, known as the Berlin mandate, calls on nations to set quantified objectives for reducing developed countries' emissions after 2000.