World's environment chiefs to hold talks aimed at saving climate deal

11/16/2009 | Reuters

A plan to postpone a legally binding climate agreement has prompted about 40 environment ministers to meet in Copenhagen today in an attempt to rescue the deal. The discussion will gauge support for the plan from Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen to settle for a political deal during the U.N. climate summit and agree on a legally binding pact later. Rasmussen's proposal received backing from world leaders, including President Barack Obama.

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