Climate agreement is unlikely at Denmark talks, U.N. says

10/26/2009 | Reuters

U.N. officials said it might take longer than expected for industrialized and developing countries at the December climate conference in Denmark to reach a legally binding deal on reducing greenhouse-gas emissions. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, however, is continuing to hope "for an ambitious politically binding agreement in Copenhagen that would chart the way for future post-Copenhagen negotiations that lead to a legally binding global agreement," according to Janos Pasztor, Ban's climate adviser.

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