NEWS: Former allies banned from cooperating as Ukraine prepares to align with EU’s climate stance
NEWS: President Tong says islands will be “annihilated” regardless of action from US and China
NEWS: Poland remains opposed to 40% target, saying it would leave poorer nations compensating for over-ambition
NEWS: Guidelines for national contributions presented as countries start to formulate draft agreement
NEWS: Intense pressure on ministers at UN talks in Bonn, who meet for final opportunity to create draft text for ‘critical’ climate treaty
Dogmatic views and lack of financial guarantees blights week of negotiations in Bonn
Pressure from developing countries forces officials to agree to accelerate 2015 climate deal talks
Negotiators say progress has been made at Bonn talks, but some warn time is running out to deliver a draft text by Lima
Coverage from the opening day of negotiations on a global emissions reduction deal in Bonn
UN meeting in Germany next week will kickstart efforts to design draft of international treaty before Conference in Lima
Bas Eickhout says events in the second half of 2013 can help EU rediscover its climate ambition
Morning Summary: Still no resolution to agenda rift as talks enter fourth day
Group of developing nations says failure to take responsibility has set back UN process making current negotiations the last chance
UK minster for energy and climate change calls on China to stop blocking progress at UNFCCC negotiations and build greater unity with their domestic renewables programme and international ambition.
Outside the Bonn Climate Talks, the YOUNGO constituency held a marriage ceremony between politics and science to show those negotiators inside how vital such a union would be.
As nations prepare to gather in Bonn next week, an argument is brewing over the respective treatment of developing and developed countries.