Climate Talks

Environmental ministers and representatives met in Copenhagen in December 2009 to finalize an agreement on reductions in greenhouse gas emissions for industrialized countries and to agree on a plan of climate action and financial assistance for developing nations, such as India and China. The Copenhagen talks were expected to produce a replacement for the Kyoto Protocol, although they failed to do so. That goal has since been shifted to a Paris summit in late 2015.

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