Uncertainty over Copenhagen talks
Prentice suggests financial crisis trumping environmental concerns; Obama administration looking at bilateral pacts with India, China a to break developed-developing country deadlock
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Hopes for a global climate-change agreement are wilting in the buildup to Decemberís United Nations-sponsored talks in Copenhagen, with the Canadian government suggesting that the financial crisis is trumping environmental concerns.
Environment Minister Jim Prentice said Oct. 14 he is far from sure....
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Some expect greater certainty
Alberta government hasnít wavered
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