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U.S.-South Africa Bilateral Working Group on Climate Change
  

U.S.-South Africa Bilateral Working Group on Climate Change

The governments of South Africa and the United States met in South Africa 28-29 July 2003 to explore bilateral cooperation in the field of global climate change. The next year representatives convened the first meeting of the Bilateral Working Group on Climate Change at the Department of Environmental Affairs and Tourism (DEAT), in Cape Town on February 25, 2004. The meeting was conducted in response to the commitment by both governments to expand and intensify their existing bilateral efforts to address climate change. South African and U.S. participants agreed that periodic meetings would help to ensure continued close cooperation in addressing climate change.

02/25/04 -- U.S.-South Africa Joint Statement on Climate Change; Cape Town, South Africa
07/29/03 -- United States-South Africa Joint Statement on Climate Change

  
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