Climate talks resume

| 14/12/2009

Cayman Islands news, Cayman islands weather(BBC): Talks at the UN climate summit resumed on Monday afternoon after protests from developing nations forced a suspension. But talks have been limited to informal consultations on procedural issues, notably developing countries’ demands for more time on the Kyoto Protocol. The G77/China bloc, speaking for developing countries, said the Danish hosts had violated democratic process. Some delegates talked forlornly of the vast amount of negotiating left to be done before the summit concludes. The G77-China bloc, made up of 130 nations, suspended their co-operation as they accused organisers of trying to formulate a deal behind closed doors.


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