A truly environmentally friendly international climate summit would probably have to take place via the Internet, with all parties and observers comfortably parked in their favorite chairs at home. But that would mean no wheeling and dealing in the corridors,…
By Maureen Hoch
President Barack Obama told world leaders Friday that it was time to come together on a climate change agreement, calling out stubborn positions that have stood in the way of progress, namely between rich and poorer countries.
Judy Woodruff asks two experts to weigh the outcome of the non-binding agreement reached Friday at the international climate summit in Copenhagen.
Leaders from the U.S., China, India and South Africa have reached a "meaningful agreement" on combating global warming at the international climate summit in Copenhagen, but many officials say the deal fell short of expectations. Ray Suarez reports.
As the Copenhagen climate summit comes to an end, Paul Solman speaks to a Nobel Prize winner about how a warming planet affects biodiversity.
By Talea Miller
As climate negotiators prepare to work through the night in Copenhagen, the NewsHour asked several experts at the summit what they think can still be accomplished. Is there one thing that could still be accomplished at the summit that could…
By Fred de Sam Lazaro
Black carbon is a relatively new entrant into the climate change lexicon. Professor V. Ramanathan, a leading climate scientist, ranks it behind only carbon dioxide as a cause of global warming. He says it is a major cause of…
By Ray Suarez
Reporting from Copenhagen, Ray Suarez explains the deadlock that has emerged at the climate summit and what the forecast looks like going forward.
By Talea Miller
FROM COPENHAGEN: As the clock on Copenhagen winds down, an urgent need for compromise is in the air -- but some nations are staying firm on certain conditions for a climate deal. For the U.S., China's willingness to allow international…
The U.S. took an aggressive stance on climate change Thursday at the Copenhagen summit, promising to help raise $100 billion a year for developing nations struggling with the negative effects of global warming. Ray Suarez reports from the talks.
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