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Archive: December 20, 2009 - December 26, 2009

South Africa slams Copenhagen accord

It made sense when the Brits savaged the climate deal the U.S. helped broker in Copenhagen last week, since they weren't in the room when it happened. But now the South Africans, who were there at the moment the agreement was struck, are piling on.

By Juliet Eilperin | December 23, 2009; 6:30 PM ET | Comments (3)

Copenhagen and carbon markets, continued

Maybe the Copenhagen Accord won't damage international carbon markets that much after all.

By Juliet Eilperin | December 22, 2009; 7:59 AM ET | Comments (2)

Brits blame China for Copenhagen

Britain's energy and climat change minister Ed Miliband has told The Times of London that China vetoed developed countries' effort to establish a legally-binding climate treaty and set long-term greenhouse gas emission limits.

By Juliet Eilperin | December 21, 2009; 9:01 PM ET | Comments (0)

Copenhagen's carbon market impact

So beyond the question of whether the Copenhagen Accord is enough to save the planet, is it enough to save the carbon markets?

By Juliet Eilperin | December 21, 2009; 8:05 PM ET | Comments (0)

Sudan's Holocast reference

In an unexpected twist, the delegate who did his utmost to derail a political agreement at the U.N.-sponsored talks ended up mobilizing support for it by comparing the U.S.-brokered deal to the Holocaust.

By Juliet Eilperin | December 20, 2009; 9:14 AM ET | Comments (1)

 
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