Sparks already flying at United Nation's climate talks

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Didn’t take long for word to get out that the UN climate change talks underway in Valencia, Spain are already bogging down.

The French Press Agency is reporting that, “… there had been by sharp exchanges over what the document should include and whether it should reflect findings published after a cut-off date for new material.”

The Australian Age is reporting that the report “… has been watered down as a result of influence from government officials from countries opposed to taking radical action.”

We have a copy of the pre-negotiation report and will be comparing it to the final publicly released document to be issued this Saturday, November 17.

Stay tuned.

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