Today, the United Nations convened a long-anticipated conference on climate change.
U.N. officials said that the time has come not only to reduce carbon emission in the developed and developing worlds, but also for wealthier countries to help poorer countries deal with climate change.
To take a closer look at the Copenhagen climate talks, Daljit Dhaliwal speaks with Robert Guest, Washington correspondent for The Economist.
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To what extent should the United States and other wealthy countries help developing nations pay for their own efforts to reduce carbon emissions?
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