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The negotiators’ burst of energy and resolve during the final straight of the Cancun climate talks has produced a cocktail of welcome and worrying results, says Christian Aid.
Church and civil society groups have expressed "guarded hope" about the outcome of the Cancun climate change conference, which produced mixed outcomes.
After a final day of last-minute haggling, delegates have wrapped up UN climate talks by delivering "bite-sized progress", says Christian aid agency Tearfund.
A delegation of the World Council of Churches to the Cancun Climate Change Conference in Mexico has criticized the lack of action during the last decade.
Development and environmental groups have persuaded the Government not to recall the Energy and Climate Change Secretary from the Cancun summit.
Progressio has welcomed as a ‘breakthrough’ calls for the impact of climate change on global water resources to be addressed by the UN.
The Cancun climate talks are in danger of being a triumph of style over substance, UK-based international development agency Christian Aid has warned.
Ministers arriving in Cancun are being urged to pull out the stops for progress towards a 'binding and fair deal' on climate change.
Christian environmentalists took part in their annual Climate Change March in central London on Saturday 4 December 2010, despite the early snow and ice.
A World Council of Churches delegation says its aim is to promote 'spiritual values' at the crucial 2010 climate talks in Cancun, Mexico.