Emission Cuts Debated at Climate Summit

December 11th, 2007 By JOSEPH COLEMAN, Associated Press Writer in Earth / Environment
Emission Cuts Debated at Climate Summit (AP)
Delegates to the UN climate change conference pass environmental activists holding a global warming sign Monday Dec. 10, 2007 in Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia. Opposition from the U.S. and at least two major allies is likely to scuttle attempts to include emission reduction targets in a "roadmap" for future global warming talks, analysts said Monday, as a U.N. climate conference entered its crucial final week. (AP Photo/Ed Wray)


Delegates to the UN climate change conference pass environmental activists holding a global warming sign Monday Dec. 10, 2007 in Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia. Opposition from the U.S. and at least two major allies is likely to scuttle attempts to include emission reduction targets in a "roadmap" for future global warming talks, analysts said Monday, as a U.N. climate conference entered its crucial final week. (AP Photo/Ed Wray)

(AP) -- Delegates at the U.N. climate conference struggled to agree Tuesday on whether they will call on rich nations to cut greenhouse gas emissions by specific amounts, and the U.N. chief warned that the human race faces oblivion if it fails to confront global warming.



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