UN climate talks in Bonn ended on Saturday having made modest progress on technical issues but with major disagreement remaining on some fundamental issues related to the 2015 Paris Agreement.
The two-week talks, known officially as COP23, managed to get greater clarity on how countries will build a framework designed to implement rules and accounting for emissions cuts (known as the Facilitative Dialogue or Talanoa Dialogue), which was a major aim of EU negotiators.
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