25 November 2013
Negotiators at the UN Climate talks in Warsaw, Poland, have agreed on the rules on financing forest protection in developing nations, a breakthrough in the negotiations scheduled to end Friday.
The mechanism for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) which puts sustainable finance and strong safeguards in front was reached here Friday and the framework on the mechanism will be formally adopted before the talks conclude on Friday.
Negotiators are still locked up in meetings to try and agree on other key issues.
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