Doha talks 'golden opportunity'

Doha talks 'golden opportunity'

Doha : Qatar | Nov 26, 2012 at 1:36 AM PST
Source: BBC
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The latest round of UN climate talks have opened in Doha, the capital of Qatar . More than 17,000 participants from all over the world are expected to gather in the Gulf state over the next two weeks. The President of the meeting said it was a "golden opportunity" to make progress on a new global climate deal.... FULL ARTICLE AT BBC
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