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The UN climate talks ended in deadlock. Is this really the best the world can manage? | Aruna Chandrasekhar

COP25 should have been about new science and ambitious targets. Instead, nations bickered and dodged responsibilityLast week, a whistle rang out in a buzzing conference fairground on the edge of Madrid. Instantly, a swell of protesters rose up, determined to "bring in the streets and tear down the walls", enraged that the annual UN climate talks had wound to a grinding deadlock. Two days from a close, the talks had not yet produced a single line of text. Instead, while Sydney burned, Australia used an "accounting loophole" to cover for its poor climate record. Do politicians even live on the same planet? Related: UN climate talks end with limited progress on emissions targets Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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