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Kerry says talks on climate must remain on track

World leaders mull new treaty

By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / December 10, 2008

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WASHINGTON - Senator John Kerry, who leaves today for international climate talks in Poznan, Poland, says that the outgoing Bush administration and the economic crisis facing the country should not impede progress toward negotiating a new international global warming agreement in Copenhagen next year. (Full article: 568 words)

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