It seems ever more likely that climate hoax talks in Mexico will succeed. The nations of the world are beginning to back off even from the on agreement of Copenhagen. Climate realism and economic realities are finally beginning to triumph.
BONN, Aug 6 (Reuters) - U.N. climate talks have moved backward rather than forward toward a hoped-for deal later this year as nations make slow progress on pledges to cut greenhouse gas emissions and add more proposals to the working document.
As talks in Bonn on a new climate treaty draw to an end on Friday, the frustration of delegates with the process this week is clearly felt, and a deal in Mexico this year seems unlikely.
This week's meeting is the penultimate before a meeting set for the end of November in Cancun, Mexico.
"I came to Bonn hopeful of a deal in Cancun, but at this point I am very concerned as I have seen some countries walking back from progress made in Copenhagen," said Jonathan Pershing, the U.S. deputy special climate envoy.