Climate draft drops 2010 deadline
By Juliet Eilperin
COPENHAGEN -- With time running out to forge a comprehensive climate agreement, negotiators at the U.N.-sponsored talks are considering a new draft agreement that would not require a binding treaty by 2010 but would lay the groundwork for a more ambitious target in limiting the rise of temperatures around the globe. For the latest on Friday's frenzied negotiations, click here.
Juliet Eilperin| December 18, 2009; 12:19 PM ET Save & Share:
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