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Below is a flavour of the mood around the event, held in a sprawl of temporary passageways and meeting rooms next to the "Spodek", a flying-saucer-shaped sports and concert venue.
Negotiators say there has been progress, but it's slow and, as ever, finance is a big stumbling block.
NARROWING THE GAP
After a series of reports documenting the widening gap between greenhouse gas emissions and action to reduce them, Michal Kurtyka, the Polish leader of the talks, said this had given rise to an in-joke among negotiators.
"The joke right now is 'Narrow the gap'," he said.
MORE ON THE GAP
The latest reports show continued use of fossil fuel means global carbon emissions are expected to rise again this year following on from an increase in 2017.
COAL ALL AROUND
While the talks drag on behind the closed doors of the conference centre, there's no missing the sound of newly-mined coal rumbling down chutes some 50 km up the road.
JSW, the European Union's biggest coking coal miner, has plans to expand, possibly with Chinese money, and says coking coal, used in steel, has decades of rosy future ahead of it. (Reporting by Barbara Lewis, Anna Koper, Catherine Macdonald; Editing by Kevin Liffey)
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