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  • Govt urged to commit to binding treaty

    2011-12-09 09:40

    After nearly two weeks of stalled progress at the UN climate change conference, a young American attracted high attention by calling for "a real, science-based climate treaty"

  • 2nd commitment period still top priority

    2011-12-07 08:50

    The second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol remains the top priority of the United Nations climate conference in Durban, South Africa.

  • UN chief urges for positive results in Durban

    2011-12-07 08:40

    UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Tuesday urged world leaders to commit to the second period of Kyoto protocol in Durban.

  • Green Climate Fund should be fast launched

    2011-12-06 13:59

    The Africa Development Bank (AfDB) Climate Change boss said Monday that the Green Climate Fund should be launched in the Durban climate conference.

  • Kenya presses for a new climate treaty

    2011-12-04 09:13

    The establishment of a legally binding treaty to curb carbon emissions is a key priority among developing countries attending the ongoing climate talks in Durban, South Africa.

  • Expectations low for Durban: UN official

    2011-12-02 16:17

    The United Nations has warned that those looking for a groundbreaking agreement on emission reductions will again be greatly disappointed.

  • Arguments to abandon Kyoto Protocol untenable

    2011-12-01 11:18

    As negotiators are gathering in Durban, South Africa, to push for new progress on global efforts to deal with climate change, divergent views emerge over the fate of Kyoto Protocol.

  • Durban conference 'extremely important'

    2011-11-29 14:25

    The climate change negotiations that begin on Monday in Durban, South Africa, could have significant outcomes for developing countries.

  • China has done its part on fighting climate change

    2011-11-28 16:06

    The past decade has seen China achieve remarkable results in cutting greenhouse gas emissions and dutifully shouldering its responsibilities in the global fight against climate change.

  • Financial crisis no excuse for climate inaction

    2011-11-28 09:55

    Policy-makers in advanced economies from Brussels to Washington are preoccupied with fighting a protracted and devastating financial crisis, but economic hardship should be no excuse for inaction on climate change.

  • Stay course with Kyoto Protocol

    2011-11-28 08:50

    As negotiators are gathering in Durban for climate talks, the fate of Kyoto Protocol is in their hands.

  • World can still meet 'climate change challenge'

    2011-11-24 08:57

    The world can still prevent global temperatures from rising more than two degrees Celsius by doing far more than current pledges to reduce harmful emissions.

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