While it has to be understood that entire countries work at a much more glacial pace than activists, the latest global agreement on a climate change treaty only had a few small wins. The Durban talks turned into a near shouting match between some delegates as those from developing countries were targeted by major emitters as needing to sign on to a treaty before anyone else will commit. One concrete measure that was agreed on was that a $100 Billion fund will be set up by major emitters to help offset the effects of climate change for poorer countries by 2020.
Developing countries were pushing for a continuation of the Kyoto protocol, which is the only global agreement in force that gets major emitters to cut greenhouse gasses. This did not happen as Russia, Canada and Japan came out as against a continuation of the protocol.