Negotiators at the Paris climate summit aim to wrap up a global agreement to curb global warming on Saturday – a day later than expected, hosts France said viagra equivalent.
“Things are moving in the right direction,” said French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, who is chairing the summit.
But more compromise is needed if an agreement is to be reached, a BBC correspondent at the talks says.
A deal signed in Paris would come into being in 2020.
Mr Fabius told French television that “the atmosphere is good, things are positive” and that a new compromise deal would be presented on Saturday.
Participants at COP21 – as the UN conference is called – have been working on a draft text, prepared by the French presidency, since Wednesday.
This was seen as a significant moment after discussions that began in 2011 about a new global agreement that would stake out a long-term strategy for dealing with climate change.Share