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China: Canada’s Kyoto Protocol Withdrawal ‘Regrettable’

China is calling Canada’s decision to withdraw from the Kyoto Protocol “regrettable” and says it goes against the efforts of the international community. Canada’s move comes days after climate-change negotiators met to hammer-out a global deal in Durban, South Africa…. (READ MORE)

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Durban talks: how Connie Hedegaard got countries to agree on climate deal

Connie Hedegaard, the EU’s climate chief, has been hailed the hero of the Durban meeting that reached an unexpectedly solid outcome in the early hours of Sunday . “She is very, very good and we are very lucky to have… (READ MORE)

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Durban Climate Talks Produce Imperfect Deals

Negotiators at the U.N. climate conference in South Africa have approved a package of agreements to combat global climate change. While the deal is a step forward, observers say more should have been accomplished. After hours of political wrangling and… (READ MORE)

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Deal in Doubt as Durban Talks Wind Down

Time is running out for a major deal to tackle climate change at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in South Africa, and observers say the world’s biggest emitters are continuing to hold up progress on a new agreement to… (READ MORE)

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EU Claims Progress on Climate ‘Roadmap’ at Durban

As the first week of negotiations at the U.N. climate change conference  in South Africa comes to a close, the European Union says support is growing for a new legally-binding agreement to cut emissions.  But the United States and other… (READ MORE)

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Canada makes Kyoto climate strike

28 November 2011 Last updated at 19:21 GMT By Richard Black Environment correspondent, BBC News South African President Jacob Zuma: Climate change is “a matter of life and death” Canada will not make further cuts in its greenhouse gas emissions… (READ MORE)

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