CBDRConstant Bearing Decreasing Range (Naval term meaning a collision course; less formally, an impending disaster)
CBDRCommon but Differentiated Responsibility
CBDRCenter for Behavioral Decision Research (Carnegie Mellon University; Pennsylvania)
CBDRCommunity-Based Disaster Recovery (disaster preparedness)
CBDRComité Bouliste Départemental du Rhône (French: Rhone Bowling Departmental Committee; sports organization)
CBDRCommunity Based Drug Rehabilitation
CBDRCollins Blood Diluting Reperfusion
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Throughout the first decade of the negotiations, Colombia opposed mandatory emission targets for developing countries, arguing that it contradicted the CBDR + RC principle.
We can solve the problem of differentiation by operationalising equity and allocating fair share of carbon budget to countries based on the CBDR principle.
CBDR means that while issues like climate change are a common concern of the global community, responsibilities should be differentiated because various countries are affected by it in differing degrees.
CBDR is interpreted by developing countries as meaning that industrialised countries should bear more of the burden for curbing fossil fuel emissions.
The leaders underlined the urgency for the global community to arrive at a Protocol, another legal instrument, or an agreed outcome with legal force applicable to all by the end of 2015, based on the principles of Common but Differentiated Responsibility (CBDR), Respective Capabilities and Equity under the UNFCCC.
Saudi Arabia stresses that the international response to climate change must fully respect the principles and provisions of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, particularly the principle of common but differentiated responsibility (CBDR).
Leave aside progress, instead there were lot of tensions and deadlocks between countries from the north and the south on 'common but differentiated responsibilities (CBDR)' regarding environmental sustainability.
These obligations find legal expression in the principle of Common but Differentiated Responsibilities (CBDR)--the foundational legal and ethical principle under UNFCCC/Kyoto Protocol.
Countries such as China and Saudi Arabia called for ICAO to recognize the principle of "common but differentiated responsibilities" (CBDR) under the UN's climate change convention.
Patriota's opening remarks, there was a general discussion about "common but differentiated responsibilities" (CBDR) and universality.
"India along with other developing countries follows the principle of CBDR (Common But Differentiated Responsibilities) in the area of environmental issues i.e.