Climate Talks

Environmental ministers and representatives met in Copenhagen in December 2009 to finalize an agreement on reductions in greenhouse gas emissions for industrialized countries and to agree on a plan of climate action and financial assistance for developing nations, such as India and China. The Copenhagen talks were expected to produce a replacement for the Kyoto Protocol, although they failed to do so. That goal has since been shifted to a Paris summit in late 2015.

It's crunch time for Kyoto

The key to climate action? Getting the size just right

Do climate talks just get in the way of climate progress?

'Monster' jump in global warming gases reported

Was Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. behind Climategate?

5 environmental revelations from WikiLeaks

Old climate arguments return to Washington

The power of an image: The story behind 'HOPE?'

In Cancun, compromise is the key to climate change progress

WikiLeaks revelations don't shock climatologists

Focusing on spending is easy way for Republicans to attack climate deals

U.N. official calls potential climate agreement 'pathetically insufficient'