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Leaders seek climate change agreement in Copenhagen

After a 12-day summit in Copenhagen, Denmark, 193 leaders from around the world reached an agreement on how to combat climate change.

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U.S. pushes for emissions cuts from China, developing nations
Article | COPENHAGEN -- Two top Obama administration officials arrived Wednesday at the U.N.-sponsored climate talks that opened this week offering both diplomacy and a tough line: The United States is willing to be a full partner in fighting climate change, but the real problem is with China and the...
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Climate change talks face crucial test
Article | As representatives from nearly 200 nations prepare to gather for United Nations-sponsored climate talks in Cancun this week, a central question looms: Can they achieve enough to keep the negotiations alive?
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Protesters demand 'climate justice'
Article | COPENHAGEN -- Tens of thousands of protesters marched through the streets here Saturday, demanding bolder action on climate issues from the international negotiators who remain divided over how to reconcile differences between industrialized nations and major developing countries.
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5 questions about the Copenhagen climate talks
Article | 1 What does the deal say? It says that both industrialized and still-developing countries should make a common list of their goals for tackling climate change, and that there should be some international mechanism for checking up on their progress. It also makes a provision for rich countries to...
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QUESTIONS ABOUT THE COPENHAGEN CLIMATE TALKS
Article | As President Obama heads for the U.N.-run conference, progress on key issues is unsure and prospects for a detailed agreement are bleak.
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Climate change talks enter 'important moment'
Article | COPENHAGEN -- Global warming talks entered what the top United Nations climate official described as "a very distinct and important moment in the process" Tuesday, as top ministers searched for a way to ensure the commitments nations made here would stand up over time.

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