By Robin Pomeroy JOHANNESBURG, Aug 31 (Reuters) - Ministers at the Earth Summit agreed on Saturday a declaration to support the Kyoto climate change pact without embarrassing the United States, the only major state to shun the treaty. "We have agreed on Kyoto," Danish Environment minister Hans Christian Schmidt told Reuters during a break in the talks at the World Summit on Sustainable Development. In a small but significant breakthrough at talks which have shown little movement for ...
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