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Representatives Talk Climate Change in Montreal

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Representatives Talk Climate Change in Montreal

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Representatives Talk Climate Change in Montreal

Representatives Talk Climate Change in Montreal

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Representatives meet in Montreal to set targets beyond the 2012 guidelines of the Kyoto Protocol. The United States did not sign the agreement, arguing that mandatory limits on carbon dioxide emissions would hurt the U.S. economy.

Guest:

Eileen Claussen, president, Pew Center on Global Climate Change in Washington, D.C.

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