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Copenhagen (penultimate day): Still no Deal, Failure to Agree Would Hit Chemical Industry

3:50 AM MST | December 17, 2009 | Alex Scott in Copehagen

There is still no deal in sight at the start of the penultimate day of high level negotiations at the United Nations climate talks in Copenhagen.   Chinese officials reportedly say there is now little chance of agreement on the two key issues of emissions cuts among major nations or the financing of poorer nations to enable them to adapt to climate change. Island states seemingly have no chance now of securing their goal of a cut in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that would peg global warming at 1.5C above the current global temperature. This is despite...

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