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Contours of UN climate pact starting to take shape 3 month before Paris global warming summit
U.N. climate talks are plodding ahead toward a worldwide deal to fight global warming, with negotiators agreeing to start work on a draft agreement.
AP
 
Climate Pledges Covering 70% of Pollution Mark Progress at Talks
Countries responsible for almost three-quarters of the world’s greenhouse gas pollution have submitted pledges to reduce emissions, indicating progress toward a historic climate deal the United Nations is seeking by December.
Bloomberg
 
New strategy to boost flagging climate talks
As a December deadline looms, diplomats wrangling over the text of a climate rescue pact kicked the can further down the road Friday, frustrated at their own lack of progress.
AFP
 
At UN climate talks, growing frustration
The "snail's pace" of progress on an agreement to combat climate change caused widening unease at U.N. negotiations on Friday, with time fast running out before a Paris summit at which a global accord is due to be reached.
Reuters
 
'Snail's pace' row over progress at UN climate talks
UN officials have reacted sharply to criticism from their Secretary General that climate talks are going at a "snail's pace".
BBC
 
Compensation poses sticking point ahead of climate change talks
The US and other wealthy countries are inching towards a deal with poorer nations on one of the most divisive issues in UN climate change talks: dealing with the damaging impacts of global warming.
Financial Times
 
Parties post 'modest progress' on climate talks
Negotiations toward a new global climate change treaty wrapped up in Bonn with participants praising modest progress made. The slow pace, however, continues to be criticized - and many tricky topics remain.
Deutsche Welle
 
 
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