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Posted Mon Dec 1 2008: from BBC:
UN climate summit seeks clarity
The talks, in the city of Poznan, mark the halfway point in a two-year process agreed at last year's UN conference. The meeting will not produce a new deal but is likely to clarify what countries are looking for on issues such as emission cuts and forest protection. The US will be represented by officials of the outgoing Bush administration. The two-year process which began at last December's talks in Bali is designed to conclude in a year's time with an agreement that can enter force in 2012 when the current emission cuts under the Kyoto Protocol expire.
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'Doc Jim says:
They better get clarity and get it fast!
The leaders are falling behind and this climate conference in Poland is likely going to be further proof of that.

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