Demonstrators held up placards and a banner earlier this month during an indigenous peoples' protest at the United Nations COP21 climate summit at Le Bourget in Paris. France's Energy and Environment Minister Segolene Royal said the fate of the global warming talks hinged on the willingness of richer countries to pay poorer ones more for climate-related projects.
Demonstrators held up placards and a banner earlier this month during an indigenous peoples' protest at the United Nations COP21 climate summit at Le Bourget in Paris. France's Energy and Environment Minister Segolene Royal said the fate of the global warming talks hinged on the willingness of richer countries to pay poorer ones more for climate-related projects. Chris Ratcliffe Bloomberg
Demonstrators held up placards and a banner earlier this month during an indigenous peoples' protest at the United Nations COP21 climate summit at Le Bourget in Paris. France's Energy and Environment Minister Segolene Royal said the fate of the global warming talks hinged on the willingness of richer countries to pay poorer ones more for climate-related projects. Chris Ratcliffe Bloomberg

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