Regardless of what the long-term implications of Copenhagen may be, the conference was different from others in the past.
Perhaps most notable was how the nations of the developing world came together to make their case.
For more on the climate conference, Daljit Dhaliwal interviews Lane Greene, an international correspondent for The Economist who recently returned from Copenhagen.
Will the Copenhagen conference do anything to solve the problem of climate change?
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