The leaders of Australia and Indonesia Friday pledged to join forces to fight climate change by saving forests and promoting carbon trading. Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono signed on to the Australian Indonesian Carbon Forest Partnership at Jakarta's State Palace after their first bilateral meeting. The newly signed partnership would help curb carbon dioxide emissions in Indonesia, the world's third-largest carbon emitter, by helping to fight deforestation and promoting carbon markets, Yudhoyono said. The partnership "is a concrete example of cooperation between both countries in tackling climate change, especially in the forestry sector," Yudhoyono told reporters. The two leaders did not give any further details of the agreement.