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The Copenhagen that matters

Tom Friedman of the New York Times calls Copenhagen a ‘bust’ in this OpEd piece, which really compares the governance of Denmark and the US. Denmark is well on its way to a green economy; in the US all of the good ideas are ‘off the table.’ Such dysfunction dooms the US to losing to Denmark and others like it.

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