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U.S. negotiator dismisses reparations for climate

This report from Copenhagen in the New York Times analyzes delegates’ efforts to circulate unofficial treaty drafts. They represent 3 types of countries: the developed rich — the US and Europe, emerging powerhouses — China and India, and the poor majority. Satisfying all 3 types will be very difficult.

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