Durban round-up: meeting outcome in detail

After two weeks of intensive negotiations on climate change, negotiators in Durban agreed to draft a legally binding global agreement by 2015. They also adopted decisions on a number of issues including financing, the CDM scheme and LULUCF.

More than 30 documents emerged from the meeting, which were adopted under the UN's two negotiation tracks: LCA and Kyoto. The main outcomes are summarised below:

Legally binding deal

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