Visitors chat in front of a giant screen featuring information related to the Kyoto protocol at the "Bonn Zone" on November 8, 2017 during the COP23 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Bonn, Germany. (AFP / PATRIK STOLLARZ)
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Coal-reliant Poland aims to ratify an amendment to the Kyoto Protocol on carbon emissions this year, making it possible for the European Union to back the pact unanimously, the country's environment ministry said on Thursday.EU environment ministers participating in a U.N. climate meeting in Bonn met on Thursday to discuss options for ratifying the 2012 Doha Amendment.The EU needs unanimous backing by member states to ratify the amendment as a whole and Poland is the only EU state yet to sign.The Doha Amendment must be endorsed by at least 140 countries for it to come into force.
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