China, US harden positions as progress stalls in climate talks

Little progress seen in climate talks in China

Confident China boosts standing at climate talks by showcasing energy efforts

China highlights climate change efforts

TIANJIN, China — As the world’s biggest greenhouse gas producer, China was widely seen as an obstacle in the Copenhagen climate summit last year. But while negotiations inched forward, Beijing poured $34.6 billion into clean energy in 2009, nearly double the U.S. investment.

Limited progress being made in climate talks in China as rich, poor countries remain divided

Limited progress in climate talks in China

Delegates to climate change talks told to search for common ground before Cancun summit

Delegates told to ID achievable goals on climate

Climate change talks in China seek to narrow gap before year-end Cancun summit

Climate change talks open in China

TIANJIN, China — The U.N. climate chief urged countries Monday to identify achievable goals for fighting climate change ahead of a year-end meeting in Mexico, after last year’s Copenhagen summit failed to produce binding limits on greenhouse gas.

China says countries to focus on reducing differences at climate talks next week

China says climate talks to focus on differences

UN climate chief urges countries to be flexible in next month’s talks in China

UN climate chief urges flexibility in talks

US tells climate negotiators it will stick to carbon emissions reduction pledge

US President Barack Obama

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