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US, EU considering loss and damage options for Paris deal
Major developed economies exploring compromise options on contentious issue of loss and damage at negotiations in Bonn
China slowdown needn't hamper climate deal: U.N.
A slowdown in the Chinese economy that has alarmed global stock markets won't cast a "dark cloud" over U.N. efforts to reach an accord to slow global warming by December, the United Nations' climate chief predicted on Thursday.
Negotiators Mull Options for Long-Term Goals in Climate Deal
A global climate deal may need a specific, long-term goal, one that goes beyond objectives for the next 10 or 15 years, according to negotiators. The challenge is finding one that will satisfy almost 200 nations when they meet in Paris in December.
UN climate talks: Hints of compromise on key issue
Rich nations at UN climate talks are said to be edging towards a compromise on the thorny issue of loss and damage.
There is no 'magic wand' to solve climate change warns UN climate chief, as Bonn talks stall
Christiana Figueres and Richard Kinley urge countries to put forward 'bridging' texts, as negotiators fear talks are grinding to a halt
Negociadores sobre acuerdo contra cambio climático empiezan a desatar el nudo gordiano
¿Quién pagará los platos rotos del cambio climático? Los diplomáticos comenzaron a abordar este jueves en Bonn (Alemania) uno de los meollos de las estancadas negociaciones sobre el clima.
107 ‘sunshine countries’ could weld together ahead of Paris meet to give shape to PM’s vision
India is gearing up to flex its solar muscles by hosting energy ministers from 107 countries for bringing to life PM Narendra Modi's vision of creating a worldwide platform for "sunshine countries" ahead of the global climate talks in Paris.
Times of India
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