Mixed results from Durban climate talks for Indonesia
Canberra | Fri, December 16 2011 | 09:57 am
PREMIUMAgreements achieved in the early morning of Dec. 11 in Durban, South Africa, not only appeared to salvage the UN climate talks but have also raised further questions about the commitments and capabilities of countries around the world in urgently tackling climate change.
After two weeks and more than a day extension of difficult negotiations, governments involved in the 17th session of the ...
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