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Climate Change Science Not Faked, But Not Pretty

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Jenna Bluehut
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« on: December 12, 2009, 04:40:20 pm »

Britain's Ed Miliband, the climate change secretary, said dealmakers have a long ways to go. "There are difficult issues to overcome," he said, "around emissions, around finance, and around transparency and they are all issues we need to tackle in the coming days."

But conference president Connie Hedegaard sought to reassure people that world leaders have come to seriously confront climate change.

"It has taken years to build up the pressure ... that we're also seeing unfolding today in many capitals around the world," Hedegaard said. "And I believe that that has contributed to making the political price for not delivering in Copenhagen so high."


Associated Press writers Jan M. Olsen, Karl Ritter and Arthur Max contributed to this report.


EDITOR'S NOTE – Find behind-the-scenes information, blog posts and discussion about the Copenhagen climate conference at , a Facebook page run by AP and an array of international news agencies. Follow coverage and blogging of the event on Twitter at:

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