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UK urges divided G20 to reach climate finance deal

ST ANDREWS, Scotland (Reuters) - British finance minister Alistair Darling urged his G20 counterparts on Saturday to work toward a $100 billion deal on tackling climate change as developing nations held firm they did not want to talk about it.

Forty leaders plan to attend climate talks - U.N.

BARCELONA, Spain (Reuters) - About 40 world leaders plan to go to Copenhagen next month to improve the chances of clinching a U.N. climate deal, the United Nations said on Friday as preparatory talks ended with scant progress.

FACTBOX - Time runs out on road to Copenhagen climate pact

REUTERS - Few international meetings are left to help agree on a strong new U.N. climate pact at a conference in Copenhagen from Dec. 7-18.

FACTBOX - What's left to agree in U.N. climate talks

REUTERS - More than 190 nations will meet in Copenhagen on Dec. 7-18 aiming to agree a new U.N. climate pact. Following are faultlines still to be overcome:

NGO vs CPO

Errol Oh writes on the NGOs' campaign against palm oil which is expected to come to a climax soon.

Negative implications of GHG emission criteria

PETALING JAYA: The decision by oil palm planters to reject the proposal by the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) to adopt the greenhouse gas (GHG) criteria into its existing principles and criteria (PC) reflects their stance on the need to fully understand the mechanics of the GHG proposal and its implications on the industry.

Poor urge deep climate cuts; U.N. says out of reach

BARCELONA, Spain (Reuters) - Developing countries said on Wednesday they risked

Poor urge deep climate cuts; U.N. says out of reach

BARCELONA, Spain (Reuters) - Developing countries said on Wednesday they risked

EXCLUSIVE: China seen as key U.S. relationship, also a foe - poll

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A plurality of Americans see relations with China as the most important globally for the United States, a survey published on Tuesday showed, but more than half of those polled viewed China was an adversary.

CORRECTED - Clinton wishes he had left White House 'in a coffin'

(Corrects dates for former President Bill Clinton's term of office to 1993 to 2001 from 1992 to 2000)