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APEC: climate change agenda 7 September

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Pacific nations squabble over whether to include targets in
International Herald Tribune – France
AP SYDNEY, Australia: Pacific Rim ministers agreed that climate change was of “vital interest” in a draft statement Thursday as officials squabbled over

Climate Change, Nuclear Power Central to APEC Meeting
Environment News Service – USA
SYDNEY, Australia, September 6, 2007 (ENS) – Australia and the United States will cooperate more closely on climate change and nuclear power, Prime Minister

Developing nations win concession from Australia, US on climate
International Herald Tribune – France
A major sticking point for APEC’s developing nations was Australia, with US backing, is seeking a climate change statement that includes loosely-defined

Australia, China Agree To Commitment On Security And Climate Change
However China’s Hu Jintao warned Australia that, though he backed APEC as an appropriate means for addressing the climate change problem, any declaration

Bush Meets with China’s President in Australia
Washington Post – United States
Beyond that, Bush tried to convince Hu to embrace efforts to address the increasingly urgent issue of climate change by setting nonbinding goals to reduce

Ottawa near decision on nuclear plan: Bernier – Canada
With climate change and energy policy key items on the weekend agenda — and most of the GNEP’s supporters in attendance, including the US, China,

Bush talks climate change, Iraq ‘down under’
Atlanta Journal Constitution – GA, USA
Australia is suffering its worst recorded drought, and Howard is pushing leaders at the meeting to make a joint statement to combat climate change.  

New Zealand PM at odds with US over climate change
Radio Australia – Australia
That puts her at odds with the United States and Australia. APEC’s under pressure to try to forge agreement over climate change and the US and Australia are

Climate change criticised at Apec summit
ITN – London,UK
Leaders at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) summit have locked horns over Australia’s climate change policy. China’s President Hu Jintao gave

Call for tax breaks to cut emissions – Australia
Speaking on the first day of the APEC Business Summit, Qantas chairman Margaret Jackson said the global effort to cope with climate change had fallen short.

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Written by Greg Naylor

7 September 2007 at 2:58 pm

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