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United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)

a 1992 agreement for the facilitation of intergovernmental negotiations on climate change, specifically the containment of greenhouse gas emissions. Signed by the United States and 164 other countries and ratified by 196 (countries may ratify without signing it), the convention mandates no emissions reduction targets, but it provides for voluntary emissions limits from the developed countries listed in the document’s Annex I.