Countries most vulnerable to climate change are alarmed by recent proposals from rich and major emerging economies to delay a global deal to curb greenhouse gases until at least 2020, delegates and analysts at UN talks opening Monday say.
Tasked with forging a plan to stop the juggernaut of climate change, the world’s nations were gathering against a backdrop of new evidence that its pace has quickened, its impact deepened.
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