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European Union plans to re-write the rules of a $6 billion scheme that pays developing nations to cut greenhouse gas emissions risks stalling climate investment.

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China’s top climate change official rejected as protectionist on Wednesday a U.S. idea to put tariffs on some imports.

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The spring EU summit in Brussels had been expected to reach agreement on the EU’s position for global climate negotiations in December. But European leaders are now planning to postpone a decision on funding for developing countries until the next summit in June.

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Big gaps remain in a new U.N. deal on global warming meant to be agreed in December and time is running worryingly short with just 265 days left, the U.N. climate chief said.

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The capital of Denmark has set itself the ambitious target of becoming the world’s first carbon-neutral capital by 2025 by bringing its net carbon dioxide emissions down to zero.

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A high-level scientific climate conference concluding in Copenhagen delivered a tough message on the social and economic costs of failing to address climate change to world leaders expected to hammer a post-Kyoto global deal in December.

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The Obama administration will work with the United Nations to reach a climate change deal acceptable to the world community by the end of 2009.

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