Tensions mount at climate talks

Nearing end, negotiations stall over financing for poor nations

Posted: December 7, 2012 at 5:36 a.m.

Residents affected by Tuesday’s storm walk back to their homes Thursday after receiving relief supplies in New Bataan township in the southern Philippines.

U.N. climate talks are heading into the final stretch with a host of issues unresolved, including a standoff over how much money financially stressed rich countries can spare to help the developing world tackle global warming.

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