Kyoto Aftermath

Less than a day has passed since delegates from over 150 nations reached agreement on how to reduce emissions worldwide. Countries have a year to ratify the treaty and more than a decade to meet the targets. But a lot will happen in-between, including more international negotiations and long drawn out battles here in the U-S, where the treaty faces opposition from politicians and business leaders. NPR's David Baron looks at what's ahead for the Kyoto Protocol.



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