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By Rachel Kyte, The Conversation
Brazil’s President Jair Bolsonaro and Environment Minister Joaquim Leite both knew the Amazon region’s annual deforestation rate had surged before the U.N. climate talks in Glasgow, but kept results quiet to avoid hampering negotiations, according to three Cabinet ministers who…
By Débora Álvares, Associated Press
To Moby, eliminating animal products from the global food-chain is essential for fighting climate change, and yet it has become the “third rail” of climate politics, he said.
By William Brangham, Sam Lane
Almost 200 nations accepted a compromise deal Saturday aimed at keeping a key global warming target alive, but it contained a last-minute change that watered down crucial language about coal.
By Seth Borenstein, Frank Jordans, Associated Press
After hours of one-on-one huddles and contentious disagreements over money, countries participating in United Nations talks to curb global warming appeared to be nearing a consensus Saturday, but India was saying not so fast.
By Ellen Knickmeyer, Aniruddha Ghosal, Seth Borenstein, Associated Press
Hours of negotiations over wording could seem like nit-picking but determined how firmly nations commit to steps to stave off climate change.
By Frank Jordans, Seth Borenstein, Associated Press
Going into overtime, negotiators at U.N. climate talks in Glasgow are still trying to find common ground on phasing out coal, when nations need to update their emission-cutting pledges and, especially, on money.
By Frank Jordans, Associated Press
Negotiators at this year’s U.N. climate talks in Glasgow appeared to be backing away from a call to end all use of coal and phase out fossil fuel subsidies completely.
By William Brangham
As part of our coverage in Glasgow, the PBS NewsHour asked several young attendees why they’re here, what they hope to learn and what adding their voices to this conference might mean.
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says the goal of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 F) is "on life support" in the final days of the U.N.'s climate talks in Glasgow.
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