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Bonn Climate Talks Draw Little Progress

4:38 AM MDT | April 12, 2010 | Alex Scott

United Nations climate talks that concluded in Bonn yesterday have yielded little in the way of progress toward a global climate agreement. The talks were the first since the ill-fated Copenhagen climate summit in December 2009. More than 1,700 representatives from 175 countries participated in the Bonn meeting.   "The negotiations were very tense,” Paul Watkinson, France’s chief negotiator is reported to have said yesterday evening. “There is a lot of mistrust. Some delegates don't seem to have taken onboard what happened in...

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