Nov 30, 2015

Key sticking points in UN climate talks

PARIS (AP) — Some 180 countries have already presented plans to cut or rein in their climate-warming greenhouse gas emissions. That's a huge step forward for the U.N. climate talks but a host of difficult issues remain to be resolved before a new climate agreement can be adopted in Paris. Here are some of the most important ones: ___ THE FIREWALL The previous climate treaty, the 1997 Kyoto...

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