Climate change negotiator meetings in Bonn on Thursday made slow progress as two weeks of talks drew to a close, with participants and civil society groups frustrated by the sluggish pace of forging a potential agreement. The efforts to slim down a text that could form the basis of a new global agreement on greenhouse gas emissions failed to make significant progress, with the text only streamlined from 89 to 85 pages. Samantha Smith, leader of the global climate and energy initiative at World Wide Fund for Nature, said, “Progress in Bonn has been slow, but a bigger concern is the growing gap between what is needed and what is being promised on finance and emissions. While much work remains to close that gap, there is hope that governments are finally committed to take more action on emissions prior to 2020."
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