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Greenpeace UK has said world leaders should aim for more than "just another sticking-plaster deal" on climate change.
Executive director John Sauven said: "Never has a generation of world leaders stood a better chance of clinching a global climate deal.
"This time there's enough momentum to aim for something better than just another sticking-plaster deal with a short shelf life.
"David Cameron now has the opportunity to argue for a similar system that can drive a global countdown towards zero emissions - he should seize it with both hands."