World governments have reached agreement at the UN climate talks in Bali on a text setting out how the industrialised world should transfer technology to developing countries. The deal emerged on Thursday and is the most significant milestone yet on the road towards a new global climate agreement for the post-2012 period.
The text must still be rubber-stamped by ministers, but no problems are foreseen since it has been agreed by officials representing all parties.
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