When a global climate action plan passed muster with almost 200 nations late on Saturday night, exhausted delegates who had been negotiating with their counterparts from all over the world over the past two weeks gave it a standing ovation.
The text they had been poring over during COP24 - the name of the United Nations climate change conference that took place in Katowice, Poland - was a technical document, full of jargon that went deep into the weeds.
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