COP24 climate talks yield text after marathon negotiations

Nations appeared Saturday to be on the cusp of a deal to implement the Paris climate goals, after all-night negotiations to hammer out a plan aimed at limiting global temperature rises. Delegates from nearly 200 nations have been locked in marathon talks in Poland designed to produce a common rule book to put the pledges they made in the landmark 2015 Paris climate accord into practice. This means all countries, rich and poor alike, must agree to action that will cap global temperature rises to "well below" two degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) and stave off the worst effects of planetary warming. The talks have been beset by a host of disagreements, with different configurations of developed and developing nations straddling both sides of the divide. FRANCE 24’s Valérie Dekimpe reports from the summit on the sticking points so far.