December 12, 2010

A Muted Cheer for the Cancun Agreement

The Observer, The Guardian

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Too many issues were left unresolved for the talks to be deemed an unqualified success. But progress was undoubtedly made.

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TAGGED: Mexico, Cancun, Global Warming, Climate Change

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