"At UN, Climate Ministers Seek Way Out of Stalemate"

"UNITED NATIONS -- Climate ministers and top negotiators from dozens of nations remain deadlocked over how to cut greenhouse gases less than three months before the next major international climate summit.

The U.N.'s top climate official told a high-level gathering Saturday that the key issues 'are frankly in a deadlock' and the official negotiating text is bogged down by national interests.

But Christiana Figueres said some governments are trying to 'rebuild the sense of trust in the process and rekindle the commitment to deliver' some agreements and funding."

John Heilprin reports for the Associated Press September 25, 2010.

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Source: AP, 09/27/2010