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EU carbon fix squeaks through in lucky break for Greens

03 Jul 2013

LONDON There's a century-old phrase often attributed to Otto von Bismarck on laws and sausages - you never want to see them made.

EU carbon fix squeaks through in lucky break for Greens

03 Jul 2013

LONDON, July 3 There's a century-old phrase often attributed to Otto von Bismarck on laws and sausages - you never want to see them made.

Russia challenges consensus rule at heart of U.N. climate talks

14 Jun 2013

BONN, Germany, June 14 - It was a historic moment in U.N. climate talks: with most countries in favour and only a group of OPEC members objecting, the German environment minister chairing the conference banged down her gavel to launch negotiations on a treaty to fight global warming.

Belarus negotiator hints at Kyoto exit, says others could follow

11 Dec 2012

DOHA/LONDON Belarus, one of three fossil-fuel reliant states outmanoeuvred at Kyoto pact talks by small island states endangered by climate change, said it may consider quitting the process and Ukraine and Kazakhstan may do the same.

Finance key as U.N. talks on climate deal resume

28 Aug 2012

LONDON, Aug 28 (Reuters Point Carbon) - The U.S., Japan and the EU will come under pressure this week to pledge billions of dollars a year from 2013 to help the world's poorest nations fight climate change, as negotiators from more than 190 countries meet to advance talks on a new global climate pact.

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