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China climate negotiator says Lima deal ‘balanced’

Guardian, December 16, 2014

Jennifer Duggan in Shanghai

Chinese media broadly positive of climate deal but critical of ‘double standards’ on historical emissions

Developing states left in dark on 2020 climate finance goal

Thomson Reuters Foundation, December 15, 2014


LIMA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Major questions persist over how rich countries will boost funding for poorer nations to tackle climate change in the next five years, after U.N. climate talks failed to decide on clear plans.

Paris climate summit faces tougher job after modest Lima deal

Reuters, December 15, 2014


Dec 15 (Reuters) - A Paris summit in 2015 will face a tougher task to agree a U.N. deal to slow climate change after the hopes of many that cooperation between Washington and Beijing would be a magic key to end global gridlock dissolved in chaotic preparatory talks in Lima.

Late deal in Lima saves UN climate talks from collapse

RTCC, December 15, 2014

By Ed King in Lima

UPDATED: Hopes for 2015 agreement to slow global warming remain alive after dramatic late deal in Peru

UN climate deal in Peru ends historic North-South split

BBC News, December 14, 2014

By Matt McGrath

Unexpectedly, for a city that is in a desert area, rain drizzled from the night-time sky over Lima early on Sunday.

UN agrees way forward on climate change – but path is unclear

Guardian, December 14, 2014

Nicholas Stern

A global warming pact has been struck, but now nations must not only meet targets but fund clean development

Difficult Lima talks reach acceptable deal on climate change

Xinhua, December 14, 2014

LIMA, Dec. 14 (Xinhua) -- The annual United Nations climate talks finally wrapped up in Lima, Peru, in the wee hours of Sunday, achieving an acceptable but not satisfying result and leaving unresolved issues to the climate conference in Paris in December 2015.

UN pushes ahead on 2015 climate deal after marathon

AFP, December 14, 2014

UN members pressed ahead Sunday with a vision for a historic pact to defeat climate change by adopting a format for national pledges to cut Earth-warming greenhouse gases.

Cutting carbon a good business opportunity, private sector told

Reuters, December 12, 2014


LIMA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Whatever the global climate agreement reached next year in Paris looks like, the private sector will need to dramatically step up efforts to cut global carbon emissions, negotiators and analysts said at U.N. climate talks in Lima Thursday.

Australia pledges $165 million to Green Climate Fund

RTCC, December 10, 2014

By Sophie Yeo in Lima

Key fund passes $10bn after unexpected climate finance pledge by Australian foreign minister