United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

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The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change is an international treaty, that was signed in 1993. It wants to slow the speed at which the climate of the earth changes. It also wants to avert the risk of a climate change that is harmful to mankind. 154 countries signed the treaty in 1992 in New York. Today, 194 countries are member of treaty. These countries meet once a year to agree on politics of global warming.