Observers say draft text shows countries close to consensus after Bonn talks to hammer out final details of global agreement on greenhouse gas emissions

Governments working on the proposed new global deal on climate change, to be agreed this December, must step up their efforts after a slow week of talks produced little progress, observers have said.

In December, governments will meet in Paris to decide a new global agreement on greenhouse gas emissions, which would kick in from 2020 when current international commitments on emissions expire.

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Source: Guardian Environment