Can an International Agreement on Climate Change Save the Planet?

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The climate change summit in Copenhagen six years ago was over-hyped and finally perceived as a failure. So, as almost 150 heads of state converge on Paris today, there's an effort to manage expectations. But despite many obstacles to international action, the sense of urgency is greater than ever.

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Warren Olney