From The Washington Post’s page one story this morning, “U.S. urges carbon cuts in the developing world“:
Though the talks remain fragile, the U.S. moves appeared to rebuild momentum after comments by major participants, most notably China, that chances of even a modest deal were fading. The shift happens as the United States backed what amounts to the single biggest transfer of wealth from rich to poor nations for any one cause — in a sense offering compensation for decades of warming the Earth.
So that’s what København is all about?
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