Copenhagen summit shrinks
Pacific Rim leaders give up on ’09 climate-change treaty; ‘rescue’ effort under way; Canada insists on moving in lock-step with U.S.
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The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation countries met in Singapore on Nov. 15 to seek common ground on a new climate change treaty.
They found it.
Leaders of the 21 Pacific Rim nations, including the United States and Canada, acknowledged there will be no final deal in Copenhagen in December at the....
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