Patt Morrison for December 22, 2009

Copenhagen got heated but did anything get done?

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things got heated in Copenhagen

In 2007 U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon had hope that by the end of the 2009 climate talks in Copenhagen there would be a legally binding agreement to curb greenhouse gas emissions but by the end of the summit last week all that had been agreed upon was a nonbinding accord. What happened inside those meetings, how likely is it that the major emitters will stay true to their word, and where do we go from here?

Guests:

Robert Orr, U.N. Assistant Secretary General for Policy


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