Fiona Harvey

environment correspondent, The Guardian

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Environmental experts, global leaders, and activists from all over the world are gathering in Madrid for the U.N. Climate Change Conference.

Will world leaders accomplish anything meaningful during climate change talks in Madrid?

Environmental experts, global leaders, and activists from all over the world are gathering in Madrid for the U.N. Climate Change Conference.

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Four years ago, the fossil-fuel lobby helped to beat back President Obama's proposed cap-and-trade system to reduce greenhouse emissions.

Big Oil and Other Industries Shift Gears on Climate Change

Four years ago, the fossil-fuel lobby helped to beat back President Obama's proposed cap-and-trade system to reduce greenhouse emissions.

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After working through Saturday night into yesterday morning, the  UN Conference on Climate Change  in Durban, South Africa finally reached an  agreement .

Durban Deal Breaks New Ground, but May Not Slow Climate Change

After working through Saturday night into yesterday morning, the UN Conference on Climate Change in Durban, South Africa finally reached an agreement .

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