'Marketplace' Report: Climate Change Conference Chinese officials say they will not consider mandatory cuts on greenhouse gases. Instead, they say the United States and other industrialized countries should embrace less-extravagant lifestyles.
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'Marketplace' Report: Climate Change Conference

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'Marketplace' Report: Climate Change Conference

'Marketplace' Report: Climate Change Conference

'Marketplace' Report: Climate Change Conference

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At the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Bali, Indonesia, Chinese officials said Friday they will not consider mandatory cuts on greenhouse gases.

Instead, they maintained the United States and other industrialized countries should embrace less extravagant lifestyles.

Bob Moon, of Marketplace, talks to Alex Chadwick about the latest from the meeting in Bali.