Gore, Ban on Defensive After Leaked 'Danish Text'

Draft enforcement guidelines unfair, say developing nations

Thursday, December 10, 2009

A leaked document on climate change is causing furor and driving a wedge between rich and poor countries at the worldwide summit in Copenhagen. Developing nations say that the document asks them to reduce carbon emissions by unfair levels. Former Vice President Al Gore and U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki Moon went on the defensive Tuesday, saying that the draft text was only one of many options on the table. We talk with Andrew Revkin, environment reporter for The New York Times and Richie Ahuja, India Program Manager for the Environmental Defense Fund


Richie Ahuja and Andrew Revkin

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