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Cancun climate talks

Nearly 200 nations were represented Monday as the U.N.-sponsored climate talks started in Cancun, Mexico. A central question: Can they achieve enough to keep the negotiations alive?

 
 

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Activists from Via Campesina, an international movement of peasants, demonstrate in Cancun.


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As climate-change talks continue, lack of consensus spurs smaller-scale actions
Article | CANCUN, MEXICO - In response to growing frustration that the U.N. climate negotiations are not producing real-world results, individual nations, states and business are cobbling together patchwork solutions to preserve forests, produce clean energy and scrub pollution from the air.

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