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Climate Change: More Action after Bali Talks

'Comprehensive process' launched

The Bali Climate Change Conference concluded successfully one day late on Saturday afternoon (15 December) after a dramatic day of events that at times saw tempers rising openly, and the direct intervention of the UN Secretary General and the Indonesian President to appeal to the countries to make a final deal. The deal could be accomplished only after the United States gave in, reports Martin Khor.


In the end, the conference agreed to launch a “comprehensive process” to tackle a long list of issues, including how to mitigate (take preventive measures) and adapt to climate change, as well as provide the financial resources and technology to developing countries to do so...

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Posted: 17 Dec 2007

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