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Cancun Reaffirms Much, AdvancesSome Points

Following a year that saw Copenhagen COP15 disappoint climate activists, failed climate initiatives in the US Congress, and US elections that brought climate deniers into the legislature, negotiators in Cancun made progress on forest preservation and financing. Click here for the text of the 25 Cancun agreements.
Below are selected stories about the outcome of Cancun.

An FAQ on the Cancun Agreement - 2010-12-13

Cancun Reaches Forest, Finance Deals - 2010-12-13

Cancun Agreements at a Glance - 2010-12-13

International Agreements - Stories, Links and Resources

News from our recommended reading list
about International Agreements

UN Climate Chief Resigns
AP - 2010-02-18

UN Environment Chief Seeks Deeper Emission Cuts from US, China - 2009-12-06

IAEA Censures Iran for Nuclear Program - 2009-11-27

UN Chief Calls on US to Aim for Deeper Emissions Cuts; Ban Says Goal of 17% Cut by 2020 Below Par
Reuters - 2009-05-24

International Agreements
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Creation of Global Food Safety Partnership

Agreements of the COP16 meeting in Cancun, Mexico

United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change