Ministers from China, Brazil, South Africa and India want to see more action from the rich world, in a critical year for writing the rules of the Paris Agreement
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As negotiations in Bonn result in minimal progress on rules for the Paris Agreement, delegates look to political leaders to break the deadlock
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UN climate officials add a week-long session in Bangkok in September to the diary, as Bonn talks make insufficient progress on the Paris Agreement rulebook
Advocates say Fiji’s kava-fuelled story time helped to break down barriers between government representatives and campaigners
Observers say Germany the only rich country to give input during ‘dialogue’ on how to address climate damage in the countries least responsible for it
Panel organisers promise to change policy after Climate Home News analysis finds there are significantly more men than women invited as speakers at Bonn talks
Tomasz Chruszczow said calls to exclude organisations from talks based on a conflict of interest test were not ‘very useful’
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European and vulnerable countries say the Talanoa Dialogue must lead to strengthened national targets by 2020, while emerging economies resist prescribed outcomes
Patricia Espinosa backed Polish government nominee Michał Kurtyka to preside over Katowice talks, despite a bid by Jan Szyszko to keep the role
At UN climate talks in Bonn, governments must find sources of finance to support the victims of climate disaster, write officials from four vulnerable countries
Western allies say Russia is using UN climate talks to ‘normalise’ its claim to the peninsula, while Russia accuses them of politicising the delicate process