Despite Jakarta's deadly floods, few Indonesian authorities hear climate 'wake up call'
JAKARTA (REUTERS) - Floods that killed 60 people in Indonesia's capital after the biggest rainfall since records began should be a wake-up call to climate change in one of the world's biggest carbon emitters, environmental groups said.
But, despite the catastrophe in South-east Asia's biggest city, the authorities see no greater impetus for more cuts to planned carbon dioxide emission reductions or other measures to address climate change.……
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