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Had enough of the Copenhagen climate negotiations? Well, the convention officially ended this weekend, with resounding disappointment over the weak and vague Accord that wasn’t even fully supported by all of the delegates. Positive notes from the convention are that clearly the world is watching these […]

Had enough of the Copenhagen climate negotiations? Well, the convention officially ended this weekend, with resounding disappointment over the weak and vague Accord that wasn’t even fully supported by all of the delegates. Positive notes from the convention are that clearly the world is watching these issues closely, and this summit was the first time that all of the countries were willing to offer some kind of emissions reductions targets. The summit also produced progress on long term financing and how to mitigate deforestation. Here’s all of our coverage and photos from the event:

  1. [...] only world leaders, United Nations delegates and environmentalists were disappointed in the weak accord reached in the 11th hour of the Copenhagen climate talks — the markets for carbon allowances [...]

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  2. [...] U.S. government started doling out stimulus funds, the smart grid became a mainstream moniker, the Copenhagen climate summit passed with a whimper, and the first half of the year was overshadowed by that whole economy [...]

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  3. [...] Copenhagen was a bit of a disaster, but the Danish sure know how to celebrate Christmas. Here’s a bright and shiny Lego Santa in the window of a toy shop in downtown Copenhagen. Happy Holidays to all our readers! GA_googleFillSlot("earth2tech_ros_post_footer"); [...]

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  4. [...] prior quarter’s $1.9 billion haul. Investors simply pulled back amid a quarter marked by the lackluster conclusion to the Copenhagen climate talks and Congressional inaction on energy and carbon emission [...]

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