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Studio Interview with Mr. Tao Wenzhao on climate conference in Germany

05-03-2010 15:10 BJT

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Studio Interview with Mr. Tao Wenzhao on climate conference in Germany

Now to our current affairs commentator, Mr. Tao Wenzhao, to get his take on the climate conference in Bonn, Germany.

Q1.

Mr. Tao, last year's Copenhagen climate conference is still on many people's mind. The next UN climate summit is scheduled for December in Mexico. But why would Germany host this conference before the meeting set for later this year?

Q2.

We have only half a year to go before the Cancun climate conference. World leaders are expecting to hammer out a concrete deal at the summit. What are some of the potential hurdles that could get in the way of reaching a lasting agreement?

Editor:Du Xiaodan |Source: CCTV.com

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