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Copenhagen delegates walk out of talks

Dec 14, 2009
A group of African delegates walked out of talks today at the U.N. climate change summit in Copenhagen as pressure mounts to reach an agreement. Steve Chiotakis talks to Marketplace's Stephen Beard.

Reinventing cities critical to climate

Dec 11, 2009
Most of the hard work building a low-carbon economy and lifestyle is going to be done in local communities. Commentator Alex Steffen says more than ever, acting globally means acting locally.

Copenhagen rifts widen

Dec 11, 2009
Developing nations at the U.N. Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen have accused the U.S. of endangering the world by refusing to give them more cash to fight global warming. Stephen Beard reports.

The atmosphere at Copenhagen

Dec 10, 2009
There's more going on at the Copenhagen climate conference than delegates sitting around talking about climate policy. European correspondent Stephen Beard discusses the details with Kai Ryssdal.

Money heats up U.S.-China gas debate

Dec 10, 2009
Cash has become an issue as the U.S. and China debate how to control heat-trapping gases in Copenhagen. Steve Chiotakis talks to Marketplace's Stephen Beard about what's heating up the discussion.

Gore: Climate fix can be economic boon

Dec 9, 2009
Al Gore talks with Kai Ryssdal about what it will take to get nations and businesses to change to a low-carbon economy, and what they stand to gain from it.

Tuvalu puts up fight for climate change

Dec 9, 2009
The island nation of Tuvalu wants any deal at the Copenhagen climate conference to be binding. But that's not a position more populous developing nations support. Stephen Beard reports.

Copenhagen stats are getting confusing

Dec 9, 2009
With so many different carbon emissions figures floating around the Copenhagen climate change conference, it's easy to get thrown off. Stephen Beard tries to break it down.

African activists protest climate plan

Dec 9, 2009
African environmentalists at the Copenhagen summit are protesting a draft plan from the Danish government for tackling climate change. They say the plan favors rich countries over developing nations. Stephen Beard reports.

Copenhagen tackles airline emissions

Dec 8, 2009
The aviation industry is facing pressure in Copenhagen over its carbon emissions. Bill Radke talks to Marketplace's Stephen Beard, who explains why it's a sensitive issue and what's concerning developing countries.
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