Climate talks will continue
Talks in April will pick up where failed Copenhagen conference left off
The United Nations announced recently that it will continue its formal negotiations on an international treaty to control global warming.
The decision to resume negotiations April 9 to April 11 in Bonn, Germany, is a result of the failed climate change summit held in December 2009 in Copenhagen, Denmark. More talks are scheduled in the Bonn location May 31 to June 11, according to The Associated Press.
The negotiating schedule is being “intensified” in an effort to secure a global climate deal at the end of 2010, said U.N. Climate Chief Yvo de Boer.
The next world climate summit is scheduled from Nov. 29 to Dec. 10 in Cancun, Mexico.