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Climate talks off on the rocky road to Paris

Monday 15 Dec 14 12:00pm

By PAUL BROWN.- A deal struck in Lima between 196 nations today leaves open the possibility of saving the planet from dangerous overheating. But its critics say the prospects of success are now slim.

The talks which ran two days longer than scheduled - set a series of deadlines which mean that every nation is charged with producing its plans to cap and reduce emissions and adapt to climate change.

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