Nov 26, 2015

Ahead of Global Talks, All Eyes on U.S. Contribution to Climate Fund | InsideClimate News

Next month's climate talks in Peru are a pivotal point in the push for global action on climate change. But it's a far less publicized gathering in Berlin that holds the key to whether the Lima negotiations succeed—and whether a useful climate treaty might be possible in the end.  That's because the Berlin meeting, set for Nov. 20, is the first formal pledging conference for the Green Climate...

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