UN chief sees political will after climate meeting


UNITED NATIONS, Sept 24 (Reuters) - World leaders showed a "major political commitment" to forge a pact on climate change once the Kyoto Protocol runs out, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Monday after a conference on global warming. Ban, who organized the one-day event as a forerunner to climate change talks in Bali in December, said the roughly 80 heads of state and government in attendance had given their backing for a new agreement to be made. "Today I heard a clear call ...

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