A Roundup of Our Climate Change Coverage

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From Al Gore’s Nobel Prize in Oslo, to the U.N. conference in Bali, Indonesia, climate change is all over the news this week. Here are WPR’s recent contributions on the subject: A late-September U.N. climate change summit, followed shortly by the White House’s own climate change gathering, kicked off what has shaped up to be a fall season of debate on the issue. On Oct. 4, Roland Flamini looked at both the U.N. summit and the Bush administration’s own meeting, and the issues that separate the U.S. and other countries, in “Outlook Cloudy in the Climate Change Debate.” Beginning with […]


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