A coalition of environmental groups has attacked COP15 delegates for not creating a specific role for water in any agreement coming from Copenhagen.
A 25-year-old Swede has eaten nothing and drunk only water for 33 days in a bid to convince world leaders to agree a deal at Copenhagen.
An American environmental think tank believes president Barack Obama's schedule change could signal an agreement coming out of COP15.
Negotiators for developing nations believe the developed world is not putting enough on table at COP15 to secure any form of deal, according to an international think tank.
London is to get a major waste processing plant that will showcase what is currently one of the most efficient methods of transforming waste into energy.
Copenhagen has put on a host of environmental events around the city as climate change talks get underway.
London's public sector is rolling out new model to tackle carbon from its buildings, which is hoped could eventually save the tax payer millions while helping to curb climate change.
South Africa has become the latest major economy to put a carbon-cutting pledge on the table at Copenhagen.
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