UN Climate Delegates Haggle Over Agenda as CO2 Levels Set New Record

By [Energy Central] Mitchell Beer The oil and gas CEO at the helm of this year’s United Nations climate talks was still a lightning rod for objections, global carbon dioxide levels hit a record high, and delegates couldn’t even agree on an agenda as 10 days of mid-year negotiations got off to a rocky start in Bonn, Germany this week. With the annual UN climate summit typically scheduled in November of December..

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