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Published: Friday 13 September, 2013

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UN climate negotiators bickered in Doha on Monday over cash and commitments needed to curb Earthwarming greenhouse gases, even as fresh alarm bells were rung about the perils the planet faces.

Halfway through 11day talks, nearly 200 nations remained far apart on issues vital for unlocking a global deal on climate change, said delegates at the talks in Qatars capital.

Poor countries were insisting Western nations sign up to deeper, more urgent cuts in carbon emissions under the Kyoto Protocol after the pacts first round of pledges expires at years end.

They were also demanding the rich world commit to a new funding package from 2013 to help them cope with worsening drought, flood, storms and rising seas.

Resolution of both questions should smooth the way to a new treaty that must be signed by 2015 and enter into force in 2020 to roll back global warming.

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Some delegates began to voice fears of deadlock ahead of ministeriallevel talks, starting on Wednesday, to crown the annual negotiations under the UN banner.

A new study warned Sunday that Earth could be on track for warming above five degrees Celsius nine degrees Fahrenheit by 2100 at least double the 2C 3.6 F limit coat canada goose targeted by the UN.

It follows other research which said polar icecap melt had raised sea levels by nearly half an inch 11 millimetres over the last two decades, and that Arctic ice shrivelled at an unprecedented rate in 2012.

The head of the International Energy Agency IEA, Maria van der Hoeven, warned Monday that limiting warming to 2C is becoming more difficult and more expensive with every passing year.

And the Alliance of Small Island States AOSIS, gathering nations at high risk from warminginduced rising sea levels, said: Time is running out to prevent the loss of entire nations and other calamities in our membership and around the world.

Despite the warnings, observers say the Doha talks have become stuck.

One problem is discord within the European Union EU on whether individual nations should be allowed to hold on to unused greenhouse gas emissions quotas socalled hot air.

These leftover allowances, estimated to total about 13 billion tonnes of CO2, were allotted under the first leg of Kyoto.

EU member Poland and some other countries insist on retaining their tradeable hot air into the followup Kyoto period a move vehemently opposed by the developing world and island states who say this will further raise greenhouse gases to dangerous levels. coat canada goose