Jan 15, 2016

Lima Climate Talks End in Deal, but Path to Treaty Is Uncertain | InsideClimate News

LIMA, Peru—A few hours before dawn poured over the Andes Mountains on Sunday, exhausted diplomats from 190 nations finally reached an uneasy compromise after a grueling and highly contentious round of United Nations climate negotiations. Somehow, they managed to keep open a route, however uncertain, toward a new climate treaty that they want to complete in Paris a year from now. "Like all texts...

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