Solomon Islands has issued strong opposition to reports that certain developed countries who are parties to the UN Convention on Climate Change, are scaling back from a fair, ambitious and legally binding deal they hope to reach at Copenhagen next month.

Speaking on behalf of the Alliance of Small Islands States, and Least Developing Countries - Environment, Conservation and Meteorology permanent secretary - Rence Sore describes this latest move as a silent war against the survival of small developing states.

Mr Sore says after two years of negotiation for green house gas reduction - small islands states had achieved nothing but deadlock.

He says the inaction would mean many more displaced people in small island states as a result of rising sea levels and land degradation.

Mr Sore made the comments at the close of last week's climate change negotiations in Barcelona, Spain.