Climate Talks

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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.

Kyoto looks to be down, but it's hard to know what's out at COP 16

Cambia tu viejo: President Calderon's new take on climate action

China's role in emissions race is smoggy

Playing the expectation game at the Cancun summit

Getting down to business at COP16

'Pyramid of Hope' built in Cancun

Revenge of the climate scientists, but is it too late?

Make eco-aerial art in November

TH!NK:Climate Change contest can send you to Cancun

Polar bear does tai chi for the climate

Poverty and Climate Change converge at MDG week in New York

European nations still push for deforestation loophole

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