World leaders have been praising the global climate deal reached at the Paris summit, calling it a victory for humanity. Before the focus shifts to the tough task of implementation, it was time for some well-earned congratulations.
Two weeks, 25,000 people, late-night compromise: This year's UN climate talks were more process than results. But important threads emerged — at official negotiations as well as on the sidelines. And, there's still hope!
World leaders have vowed to press on with the Paris climate deal without the United States. Many US businesses, cities and states also said they would act together to combat climate change.
World leaders kicked off the Paris climate conference with lofty speeches. But four days into the event, negotiations are hardly moving forward. An agreement looks very unlikely, Andrea Rönsberg reports from Paris.
Delegates at the UN Paris climate summit have approved the final deal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. World leaders have hailed the pact as 'historic.'
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