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KATOWICE, POLAND - Msgr. Bruno-Marie Duffé, head of the Holy See delegation at COP24, sees "a gap between the urgency" of needed decisions and the commitment of some delegates.
From Where I Stand: To address climate change, nothing much can happen to the world around us until something happens within us that is beyond money and power, that seeks global harmony.
Catholic representatives worked to keep negotiations on track for a comprehensive deal to address global warming as the U.N. climate change conference entered its second and final week in Katowice, Poland.
The annual U.N. climate change conference, COP24, began Dec. 2 in coal-dominant Katowice, Poland, amid sense of foreboding at the present pace of response to climate change.