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Lima climate change conference: mixed response from politicians, industry, and environmentalists

7:22 AM MST | December 15, 2014 | Michael Ravenscroft

The United Nations climate summit in Lima closed with the basis for a new, global climate change agreement to be finally agreed in Paris in Dec 2015, and to enter into force in 2020. The conference agreed on two deliverables, the Lima call for climate action...


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