- By Vera Coelho -
The United Nations’ climate summit in Doha has come to an end after two weeks of heated and protracted negotiations. Amongst limited progress, the general trend has been to delay decisions and refer further discussions to next year.
As increasingly sleep deprived delegates tried last ditch efforts to reach agreement on key items such as the second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol, finance and a new work programme on loss and damage, it became clear that disagreement was rife on most areas of negotiation.
See previous Doha blog
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