Countries from around the globe agreed on Sunday to forge a new deal forcing all the biggest polluters for the first time to limit greenhouse gas emissions, but critics said the plan was too timid to slow global warming.
A package of accords agreed after marathon U.N. talks in South Africa extended the 1997 Kyoto Protocol – the only global pact enforcing carbon cuts – allowing five more years to finalize a wider pact which has so far eluded negotiators.

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