In Copenhagen, hundreds of government functionaries awoke on Wednesday feeling the rising pressure of a weekend deadline to hash out a realistic draft of a new climate agreement.
The pressure is rising because the drafts need to be in decent shape before top ministers arrive to prepare for their bosses, including more than 100 heads of state, scheduled to close out the negotiations on Dec. 18.
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