U.S. Plan NPR's Richard Harris reports on the first major appearance of U.S. diplomats at the U.N.'s World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg. They pledged millions of dollars in new projects to help poor nations. Critics responded that billions are needed, and are questioning how much of the money amounts to new commitments.
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NPR's Richard Harris reports on the first major appearance of U.S. diplomats at the U.N.'s World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg. They pledged millions of dollars in new projects to help poor nations. Critics responded that billions are needed, and are questioning how much of the money amounts to new commitments.

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