Yet more climate talks…
UN negotiations for a global climate treaty have resumed in Bangkok amid fears that delegates will fail to agree on a draft text ahead of December's crucial showdown in Copenhagen.
The talks are the latest session in nearly two years of haggling - known as the "Bali Road Map" - that have fallen far short of an agreement to tackle climate change beyond 2010.
UN climate chief Yvo de Boer said on the eve of the meetings that there was intense pressure on the 2,500 participants gathered in the Thai capital. [2500 participants? Carbon footprint must be the size of Al Gore's house - Ed]
"We're arriving here in Bangkok with about, I think, a 280-page negotiating text which is basically impossible to work with," de Boer told AFP in Bangkok.
"We've got 16 days of negotiating time left before Copenhagen so things are getting tight and we need to get to a result."
The suspense is killing me!
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