COP23: Testing UN climate talks pile up work on Paris rulebook

Published 18:05 on November 17, 2017  /  Last updated at 12:28 on November 18, 2017  /  Climate Talks, International  /  No Comments

Nearly 200 nations this week tackled the first leg of the two-year negotiations on a Paris Agreement rulebook by pushing most decisions to next year, although a row about what counts as climate aid cash stretched the COP23 UN climate talks in Bonn into the early hours of Saturday.

Nearly 200 nations this week tackled the first leg of the two-year negotiations on a Paris Agreement rulebook by pushing most decisions to next year, although a row about what counts as climate aid cash stretched the COP23 UN climate talks in Bonn into the early hours of Saturday.

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