The 2007 United Nations Climate Change Conference took place at the Bali International Conference Center, Nusa Dua , in Bali , Indonesia , between December 3 and December 15, 2007 (though originally planned to end on 14 December). Representatives from over 180 countries attended, together with observers from intergovernmental and nongovernmental organizations.  The Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change ( COP 13 ), the 3rd Meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol ( MOP 3)or CMP 3), together with other subsidiary bodies and a meeting of ministers. 
Negotiations on the success of the Kyoto Protocol dominated the conference. A meeting of the environment ministers and experts held a meeting on a road-map, timetable and ‘concrete steps for negotiations’ with a view to reaching an agreement by 2009.  It has been debated this global meeting on climate change.
The United United States of the United States and the United States of America, and the United States of America, and the United States of America. Japan, Canada, Australia and Russia. The resulting compromise mandates “deep cuts in global emissions” with references to the IPCC ‘s Fourth Assessment Report. 
- Bali Press Release from 150 Global Business Leaders
- Bali Road Map
- Post-Kyoto Protocol negotiations on greenhouse gas emissions
- Bali Declaration by Climate Scientists
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