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1. India's climate negotiations at the United Nations Conference on Climate Change are based on principles of equity, historical responsibility, and the polluter pays agenda. However, there is a need for a shift towards voluntary reduction of carbon emissions.

2. Domestic preferences play a crucial role in India's decision-making on climate policies, as the country balances its concerns over poverty reduction and economic development with sustainable development goals.

3. India has both domestic needs and long-term benefits in combating climate change, which places the responsibility primarily on domestic audiences and international societies. It is important to consider both short- and long-term goals in India's climate positions and politics for the benefit of policymakers and stakeholders in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond.

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