Climate change talks gridlocked

Parties to the UN Convention on Climate Change failed yet again to make headway on commitments to cut emissions of greenhouse gases after 2000 at a meeting in New York in February - the last before the first Conference of Parties to the Convention in Berlin in March. Both OECD and developing countries appeared reluctant to move the debate on, despite a recent EC proposal for a new emission control protocol. Concerns that the Berlin meeting may also fail to achieve agreement have been heightened.

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