Climate Change For Copenhagen Summit

Smokestacks and cooling towers emit smoke and water vapor at the RWE AG owned coal-fired Niederaussem power station near Bergheim, Germany, on Thursday, Nov. 26, 2009. Pledges by China and the U.S. to set numerical targets for their greenhouse-gas emissions through 2020 may reignite stalled progress for a global climate agreement at negotiations next month in Copenhagen. Photographer: Wolfgang von Brauchitsch/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Smokestacks and cooling towers emit smoke and water vapor at the RWE AG owned coal-fired Niederaussem power station near Bergheim, Germany, on Thursday, Nov. 26, 2009. Pledges by China and the U.S. to set numerical targets for their greenhouse-gas emissions through 2020 may reignite stalled progress for a global climate agreement at negotiations next month in Copenhagen. Photographer: Wolfgang von Brauchitsch/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Climate Change For Copenhagen Summit
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