The reduction commitments made by developed countries according to the Bali Road Map still remain in paper. There was a commitment in Copenhagen in 2009 to give out $30 billion by 2012 for afforestation and adaptation. But regular development assistance continues to be shown as climate aid although the rich countries had accounted for the commitments on paper. Although the 2012 Doha Conference proposed to extend the Kyoto Protocol it does not include large emitters like United States and Canada. Furthermore, the issue of intellectual property rights for climate technology remains unresolved.