After 2 weeks of contentious negotiations, world leaders tasked with ironing out the final details of the 2015 Paris climate accord remained deadlocked
Many nations and observers say drafts presented in the morning risk backtracking on commitments made in the 2015 Paris climate accord and don't reflect the urgent warnings from scientists that greenhouse gas emissions need to fall fast.
Countries remain deadlocked in U.N. talks over combating climate change that have dragged on beyond the official deadline. Many nations and observers say the latest proposals risk backtracking on commitments made in the 2015 Paris climate accord.
U.N.talks in Madrid were meant to hammer out final rules of Paris climate accord. That's not happening. Not yet, anyway.
A global carbon market is the only remaining part of the Paris climate accord rule book that has yet to be finalised. But as the COP25 summit concludes in Madrid on Friday, the pact’s signatories remain divided
JUST IN: Statement from President Barack Obama on the Paris Climate Accord:
Syria said it would sign the Paris climate accord. This leaves the U.S. as the only country that has rejected it.