News bites: UN climate talks face hurdles

Reuters reports on the latest United Nations climate talks that begin this week in Poland, an interim round aimed at helping lay the groundwork for a 2015 deal.

Bloomberg reports on one hurdle to reaching a global climate deal: A UN negotiating system where “every move” requires consensus, and the definition of consensus is fluid.

CNBC looks at foreign investment in the U.S. energy boom.

The Associated Press reports on oil-and-gas producers’ water recycling efforts.

The New York Times reports on the looming, delicate task of removing spent nuclear fuel from a reactor at Japan’s wrecked Fukushima Daiichi plant.

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