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12-11-2010 20:33 BJT Special Report: UN Climate Change Conference in Cancun |

The outcome of the UN climate change conference in Cancun sent "positive" signals to the international community. Conference delegates finally reached a deal to fight global warming.

The two-week long talks in Cancun to set new targets and find new ways to combat climate change attracted 25,000 government officials, businessmen and researchers from over 190 countries.

Today we are joined here live by Ma Jun, Director of INST. of Public & Environ. Affairs and Prof. M.D. Nalapat, UNESCO Peace Chair, Manipal University.

Moderator: Yang Rui

Moderator: Yang Rui


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