Logging and sectoral targets to dominate UN talks

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As Ghana's president urges action not rhetoric, delegates remain divided on key issues

Deforestation and mechanisms for curbing emissions from heavy industries are expected to dominate the agenda at the latest round of UN climate negotiations, which kicked off in Accra, Ghana yesterday....

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