Bonn UN Climate Talks - August 2010

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The third round of UN climate change negotiations this year kicked off Monday in Bonn, Germany. Organized by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), the Bonn conference is designed to to prepare the outcomes of the UN Climate Change Conference in Cancún in November and December.

The Bonn gathering, scheduled for Aug. 2-6, attracted more than 4,500 participants from governments, business, environmental organizations and research institutions from nearly 190 countries.

Developed nations should take responsibility for climate change

The core of the UN climate talks is that developed countries should take on their historical, legal and moral responsibilities for climate change, Huang Huikang, China's envoy on climate change negotiation said on the conference.

The next round of talks will take place early October in Tianjin, China.


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