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  • Pope chides Copenhagen climate talks failure

    VATICAN CITY – Pope Benedict XVI denounced the failure of world leaders to agree to a new climate change treaty in Copenhagen last month, saying Monday that world peace depends …

  • Obama: ‘Meaningful breakthrough’ on climate change

    President Barack Obama said the United States, China and several other countries reached an “unprecedented breakthrough” Friday to curb greenhouse gas emissions — including a mechanism to verify compliance — …

  • Amy Goodman: Climate justice isn’t charity

    COPENHAGEN – Denmark is the home of renowned children’s author Hans Christian Andersen. Copenhagen is dotted with historical spots where Andersen lived and wrote. “The Little Mermaid” was one of …

  • U.S. pushes for carbon cuts in developing world

    COPENHAGEN, Denmark – With an offer of significant new aid to help poor nations cope with the effects of global warming, the Obama administration began a major diplomatic effort Thursday …

  • U.S., Japan extend aid to developing nations

    COPENHAGEN, Denmark – As President Barack Obama prepared to visit the historic climate conference here, there were signs Wednesday of a break in the impasse between rich and developing nations. …

  • Climate talks chilled by rich-poor distrust

    COPENHAGEN, Denmark – The atmosphere at the U.N. climate conference grew more tense and divisive after talks were suspended for most of Monday’s session – a sign of the developing …

  • Draft texts stir climate talks

    COPENHAGEN – A leaked Danish document at the U.N. climate conference provoked angry criticism Tuesday from developing countries and activists who feared it would shift more of the burden to …



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