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Planet Money Goes To Copenhagen

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On today's Planet Money:

Our own David Kestenbaum is currently on route to Copenhagen where he will be spending several days reporting at the UN Climate Change Conference. David gives us an early windup of what he expects to be looking out for, including details on how much money countries plan on putting up to modernize energy economies across the globe. Plus, one very passionate delegate from the Solomon Islands.

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