Carbon market disputes sputter climate talks

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U.N. climate talks enter their final week in Madrid where a deal to craft an international carbon trading market has proven elusive so far.

— U.S. agriculture is waking up to combating climate change, as evidenced by a meeting earlier this year detailed by POLITICO.

— Negotiators could file the conference report for the annual defense bill as soon as today.

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