Arguments over climate finance between developed and developing nations are causing deep frustration at the United Nations climate talks in Bangkok. The talks, which end today, are meant to narrow differences on rules to put the 2015 Paris climate agreement into action.
The rules are meant to be finalised at a UN climate summit in December in the Polish city of Katowice. But the negotiations are being undermined by an age-old row over climate cash.
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