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Negotiations to smooth the way toward a new global agreement on tackling climate change ended without closing deep rifts between developed and developing countries.
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The developing world seems to get it: In the first climate change conference since Copenhagen, leaders from the Global South have said the need for a new worldwide climate change agreement is “greater than ever.”
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