"Time for compromise" on climate deal, says negotiator

Starting in 2011, drought-hit northern and eastern Kenya suffered especially from an already poor food security situation, exacerbated by high food and fuel prices. File Photo: Jaspreet Kindra/IRIN

"It's time for compromise": the words of the minister heading Kenya's delegation at the COP21 climate change talks, as negotiations continue into the weekend.

Despite some progress at the summit in Paris, sticking points remain, and a new – and delegates hope – final text, is due to be presented on Saturday morning, local time.

Kenya's minister for the environment, Judi Wakhungu, spoke to Cristina Silveiro, and explained some of the key differences that remain.

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