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Climate change meet set to write rule book for Paris accord

Deccan Herald Sunday, 5 November 2017 ()
The 2017 UN climate change conference opens in Bonn on Monday, with the aim of drafting a global rule book, based on which nations will undertake steps required, in accordance with the Paris agreement, to tackle global warming.

Presided over by Fiji, the first small island state to chair the summit, the November 6 to 17...
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Almost 200 nations seek to bolster the Paris climate accord at Bonn's COP23 conference despite U.S. plans to withdraw from the pact. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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