China attempts to breathe life into faltering climate talks

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Top official says government still hopes to sign binding climate deal in Johannesburg next year

China today attempted to restore some much needed confidence to the UN climate change negotiations when a senior official said the government wants to sign a binding climate treaty by late 2011. The...

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