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The conference in Poznan was meant to be a key milestone between the start of negotiations in Bali last year and their conclusion at Copenhagen next year. But it has exposed a shameful lack of progress.

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Rosario Juarez Panta, 69, by the river Piura, near Chulucanas, Piura, Peru. In the picture are the remains of a small house that was destroyed by floods. The region is increasingly vulnerable to floods and land slips. Credit: Gilvan Barreto/Oxfam

Poznan, Poland – International agency Oxfam welcomed a step forward in negotiations to allow developing countries direct access to the Adaptation Fund, one of the most intractable issues of this climate change conference.

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Poznan, Poland: The UN climate negotiations have not shown the urgency and political will needed to fight climate change and keep millions of people safe, Oxfam International said today.

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Rich countries have a habit of pointing out how emissions from emerging economies such as China and India are increasing rapidly. This is true – but we need to have a closer look at the facts...

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As government Ministers arrive today at climate change talks in Poznan, Oxfam called on them to kick start stalled negotiations to secure a deal by Copenhagen in 2009.

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Poznan, Poland: International agency Oxfam called on finance ministers to undertake a concerted effort to address climate change and treat the climate crisis at least as seriously as they have treated the economic crisis, for which they quickly mobilized trillions of dollars.

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19 global figures join Oxfam in a call to tackle climate change

Actor Scarlett Johansson, broadcaster Sir David Attenborough, Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu and singer-songwriter Angelique Kidjo are among 19 global figures to join Oxfam in a call to tackle climate change with the urgency it deserves.

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Europe will face major embarrassment at international climate change talks next week if it fails to live up to its commitment to tackle global warming, environment and development groups warned today.

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