Climate protesters organized a dance party that they dubbed "disco-bediance" in Madrid, Spain, on Saturday to call for more ambitious action on climate change.

Madrid is hosting two-week, United Nations-sponsored talks aimed at streamlining the rules on global carbon markets and agreeing on how poor countries should be compensated for destruction largely caused by emissions from rich nations.

The talks come as evidence mounts about disasters that could ensue from further global warming, including a study commissioned by 14 seafaring nations that predicts unchecked climate change could devastate fishery industries and coral reef tourism.

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