Issue Date: June 21, 2010
International talks on climate change earlier this month attempted to reestablish political momentum for a legally binding treaty on greenhouse gas emissions. The original treaty was derailed at last year’s United Nations summit in Copenhagen.
Negotiators got down to two weeks of business in Bonn, Germany, that concluded on June 11. These negotiations followed a minor three-day round of discussions in April that marked the official start of the 2010 climate talks. At the end . . .
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