190 countries agree to stop global warming
New agreement replaces Kyoto Protocol
The delegates of more than 190 states in the capital of Peru, Lima, at a conference on climate change, after intense negotiations agreed for helps with Global warming.
The decisions worked out during the climate forum will form the basis of the new treaty, which will be finalized and approved at a conference in Paris next year, the BBC service said.
The new agreement is intended to replace the Kyoto Protocol in the future.
One of the objectives of the conference was to identify measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. According to scientists, this should keep global warming below 2 degrees Celsius.
In October, country leaders agreed on ambitious climate and energy goals by 2030, including the goal of reducing domestic greenhouse gas emissions by at least 40%.
In November, the leaders of China and the United States announced their climate plans: China agreed not to increase greenhouse gas emissions after 2030, while the United States expressed its intention to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2825 to 28% compared with 2005.