Global Climate Talks Face Hurdles After G-20 Nations Struggle to Find Common Ground

ROME—The world’s top economies built no key development on Sunday around how to lower greenhouse gas emissions, showing how hard it will be to reach a breakthrough at United Nations local weather talks in Glasgow around the upcoming two months.

Throughout a two-day summit in Rome, leaders of the Team of 20 important economies, which features the U.S., India and China, struggled to uncover a consensus on how ideal to adhere to the 2015 Paris local climate settlement. The agreement aims to obtain internet zero emissions by midcentury, which means that more than enough greenhouse gases are taken out from the ambiance to match any new emissions.