The emergence of a deal in Copenhagen – albeit one not satisfactory to smaller developing nations – came after hours of tough negotiations. A US- led
The watered-down climate change text sparked angry reactions among delegates. Poorer nations denounced it as a death warrant. Sudan said the
It is a meaningful agreement for some – Barack Obama included. But the last minute climate deal clinched in Copenhagen has been widely criticised as
There has been anger in Copenhagen at the end of a summit that promised so much and, for climate campaigners, delivered so little.
They had wanted
The faltering world climate conference has come up with a new draft text, in an attempt to break the deadlock in Copenhagen. Two weeks of talks
The burning of fossil fuels produces greenhouse gases, which are the main cause of climate change.
In the Danish capital it appears that is the
One of the island nations living the climate drama most keenly is tiny Kiribati — in the central Pacific Ocean. The rising of the sea level because
China rebuffed criticism that it was partly to blame for the lack of progress in Copenhagen. Premier Wen Jiabao said Beijing is committed to meeting
Rich and poor nations must work together and leave the Copenhagen climate summit with heads held high the Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da
The climate change summit is being accused of producing nothing but hot air, as two weeks of talks in Copenhagen stood on the brink of failure
The final day of the Copenhagen summit began with a morning of speeches by top politicians. However, as leader of the country with the world’s
Can they make a difference? With hours to go to strike a deal on climate change, the pressure is mounting on world leaders to save the Copenhagen
‘Nimb’ is a restaurant in Copenhagen that claims to be fit for the decision-makers and leaders at the climate summit. Respecting the environment is a
In spite of objections to an urgent alternative approach in Copenhagen, the European Union called for an immediate extraordinary meeting of “the main
The prospect of no deal emerging from Copenhagen is dismaying. But delegates say they have for the last few days been confronted by no-less dismaying
The conference chamber in Copenhagen stood empty again on Thursday as hopes for a a strong climate change deal grew ever more remote.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has made an empassioned appeal to all the countries represented at the Climate Conference in Copenhagen.