COP28 Heads To Overtime As Officials Try To Bridge Fossil Fuel Splits

December 12, 2023
DUBAI – The two-week global climate negotiations have officially gone into overtime as countries’ negotiators scramble to bridge multiple stark divides including on potential restrictions on the use and production of fossil fuels. Officials as of late afternoon Dec. 12 had yet to release an updated draft of a final agreement since a proposal floated late Dec. 11 that drew strong condemnation from the United States, the European Union and small island states that are particularly vulnerable to climate change...


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