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Judges in India's capital Delhi have attacked the poor standards of the city's landfill sites which are over-flowing with rubbish.
The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry has become the first building in the Arab world to achieve globally recognised green credentials.
World leaders shifted a great deal of their responsibility to local and regional authorities which have to make Copenhagen a real success, according to the European Union Committee of the Regions (EUCR).
Cold weather has caused chaos to the nations utilities cracking pipes have left thousands of people without gas or power.
Africa's first carbon credit scheme launches in the wake of Copenhagen and aims protects the continents rain forests.
Following two weeks of tense talks delegates at Copenhagen's COP15 have presented the world with an Accord.
As the dust settled around Copenhagen's Bella Centre developed and developing countries signed off COP15 by agreeing to 'take note' of an accord.
Giving developing countries access to nuclear power and reallocating some of the defence budget of the US and other major military powers is the best way to avoid a global environmental crisis, according to Iran's president.
A truly global climate deal is out the window after Hugo Chavez and fellow socialists from Latin America have walked out of talks, saying they won't be bullied by the capitalist economies of the US and Europe.
Leaders risk missing a golden opportunity to show the world that they can work together for the greater good.
South African President Jacob Zuma has summed up the position of most developing countries at the Copenhagen summit, saying they are not unwilling to take action, but that wealthy states must shoulder the brunt of the burden.
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