BEIJING - China's top climate change official said Wednesday that countries have little expectation of reaching a binding climate treaty this year but instead will focus on narrowing their differences ahead of the year-end summit in Cancun.
UNITED NATIONS - Climate ministers and top negotiators from dozens of nations remain deadlocked over how to cut greenhouse gases less than three months before the next major international climate summit.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. - The governor of the state with the most greenhouse gas emissions per person is telling the U.S.
- UN climate chief urges flexibility in talks
- UN board could rein in $2.7 billion carbon market
- US-Vietnam nuke deal will likely allow enrichment
- Climate talks appear to slip backward
- US inaction on climate troubles global talks
- UN eyes private help in $100 billion climate aid
- UN report fuels criticism of carbon-cutting scheme
- Major climate decisions may come from ozone treaty
- Critics slam new climate change proposal in Bonn
- Negotiators debate new climate treaty in Bonn
- New climate chief: 'no option' but to take action
- US projects 4 percent emissions rise by 2012 to UN
- UN reminds rich countries of climate promises
- Ban urges Canada to put environment on G20 agenda
- UN report: Planet still losing too many species
- Expect no climate deal this year: Indian minister
- Bolivian movement pushes for role in climate talks
- Germany, Mexico call climate meeting helpful
- Germany says climate meeting 'broke the ice'
- Germany: Climate meeting "broke the ice"
- UN: No comprehensive climate deal this year
- Germany, Mexico trying to push climate talks ahead
- Water dispute fuels India-Pakistan tensions
- Australia postpones carbon pollution curbs
- Developing nations: Climate change treaty in 2010
- SAfrica hosts developing countries on climate talk
- Iran's Ahmadinejad seeks new partners in Africa
- Uruguay, Argentina agree to cooperate on river
- World Court backs Uruguay in paper mill dispute
- Post-Copenhagen climate talks begin amid discord
- Climate talks could pick up from failed summit
- Shell refineries agree to install $6M of equipment
- UN official expects no climate deal until 2011
- US official: Treaty cuts nuclear weapons by fourth
- US-Russia deal on nukes could build momentum