TAKE A LOOK-U.N. climate talks

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LATEST STORIES

> Climate talks risk failure over aid row

> EU agrees deal on UN 'hot air'-Commission

> Qatar deports activists after climate protest

> Venezuela in talks to host UN climate meeting

> Cash row threatens Doha climate talks

> Saudi Arabia sees need to act on climate

> Rich-poor bickering over aid stymies talks

> Activists accuse Arab states over climate

> China demands timetable to $100 bln aid

> Russia to set 2020 carbon target

> Extreme weather new normal-U.N.'s Ban

> U.S. says climate plan on track, EU wants more

> Geo-engineering wins scant enthusiasm at talks

> Qatar to start embracing solar energy

> Qatar permits rare protest for workers' rights

> UN calls for urgency,Doha deal to delight noone

> Pledges to fight globe warming inadequate-study

> U.S. drought expands, blankets High Plains

> Proof of man-made change getting stronger - UN

> India, Brazil say rich lack ambition at talks

> Extreme weather calls for action: climate chief

> Coal-reliant Poland set to host 2013 UN talks

> Climate "changing before our eyes" -WMO

> Cities must protect against climate risks

> Seas rising faster than projected-study

> Melting permafrost new peril in global warming

> Top polluter Qatar defends rights as host

> U.S. holds to climate goals despite pleas

> Australia announces Kyoto 2 target

> Euro crisis saps EU ability to lead on climate

> Investors calls for action on climate danger

> No nation immune to climate change -World Bank

ANALYSIS/FEATURE/INTERVIEW/COLUMN/BACKGROUND

> New land, costs on Nordic nations sea rise

> Resuscitation hopes dim for Kyoto treaty

> Overhaul of UN talks needed for climate deal

> Poor nations dismayed by climate aid gap

> COLUMN-The trouble with Kyoto

> EU Commission freezes airline CO2 law

> Food causes third of greenhouse gas emissions

> Climate change or crap shoot? Sandy's causes

> Australia to back Kyoto 2, NZ backs out

> Greenhouse gases rise with GDP

> Unprecedented emissions cuts needed by 2050

> 100 mln to die by 2030 if failure on climate

> France seeks more ambitious EU CO2 cuts

> Russia will not cut emissions under Kyoto 2

> COLUMN-Arctic melt impact climate before policy

> Doha climate talks risks sinking 'like Titanic'

> U.N. talks agree legal pact on global warming

FACTBOXES/TIMELINES

> Unresolved disputes at U.N. climate talks

> What is the Kyoto Protocol?

> Climate negotiating positions of big emitters

> How the world found out about global warming

> The Green Climate Fund

> Carbon trading schemes around the world

> Effects of climate change

GRAPHICS

> REDD scheme http://link.reuters.com/cez38q

> CO2 emissions in 2010 http://link.reuters.com/keb45s

> Global temperature data http://link.reuters.com/vus35s

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(Compiled by Nina Chestney)

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