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Climate Change / Summit #963013

NBC Evening News for Monday, Dec 14, 2009
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Copenhagen: Anne Thompson) The discord at the U.N.’s global climate summit in Copenhagen, Denmark, featured; details given about the boycott by developing nations; scenes shown of protestors throwing shoes at a mural of world leaders. [Nigeria Ministry of Environment special advisor Roni AJAO†- speaks of a new era of Africans who will make a stand.] [Natural Resources Defense Council Jake SCHMIDT†- says they want a seat at the table.] [US Special Envoy on Climate Change Todd STERN†- says it’s important to focus on getting this done.] [Secretary of Energy Steven CHU†- states it’s our hope that the developed countries can help the developing countries.] [People’s Movement on Climate Change Maria Theresa LAURON†- says they're being super conservative or totally stupid.] The carbon dioxide created by this summit cited.

Williams, Brian;
Thompson, Anne

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