Bush Convenes Climate Conference in Washington
At a U.N. meeting this week, more than 80 heads of state met to focus on the problem of climate change. President Bush did not participate in that meeting, choosing instead to convene a separate two-day conference in Washington. Will the new round of talks lead to any changes in U.S. climate policy?
Elliot Diringer, director of international strategies at the Pew Center on Global Climate Change
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