Politics, Solutions

Governments Meet to Discuss Climate Change

Bonn, Germany

Delegates from 182 countries around the world are meeting in Bonn, Germany this week and next for climate change talks as part of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC). The talks are intended to lay the groundwork for the comprehensive Copenhagen conference scheduled to take place later this year to establish international agreements on carbon reduction. Read more about the conference and its agenda at its home page.

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