Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Global warming talks inch toward accord - 'adaptation' cash a sore point

You can sense the desperation that the warmists are feeling as their colossal fraud falls to pieces.

At the Copenhagen global warming talks, high-level delegations have arrived to kick negotiations into high gear. But the question of money to help poorer nations grapple with the effects of climate change remains a sticking point.

Copenhagen, Denmark

Ministers from more than 190 countries gathered in Copenhagen Tuesday to throw their political weight behind negotiations over a new pact to combat global warming.
Over the next 48 hours, the ministers are expected to move toward an accord that brings the US and developing countries into a truly global pact on climate change.
In addition, countries party to the 1997 Kyoto Protocol are trying to negotiate terms for a second commitment period, which would take effect in 2013. Read more.

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