Climate change: Major emitters accused of blocking progress at UN talks

Climate change: Major emitters accused of blocking progress at UN talks
 

Delegates from developing countries have reacted angrily to what they see as attempts to block progress at the COP25 meeting in Madrid.
One negotiator told the BBC that the talks had failed to find agreement on a range of issues because of the blocking actions of some large emitters.
Carlos Fuller from Belize said that Brazil, Saudi Arabia, India and China were "part of the problem".
Other observers said there was a serious risk of failure at the talks.
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11 December 2019 in World News, Views: 35
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