Obama moves date of Copenhagen trip

by Mike Gaworecki

December 4, 2009

President Obama has announced that he will now come to Copenhagen on December 18th, the same day as other heads of state. This is most certainly welcome news. All the elements are now in place for world leaders to move forward and agree to a legally binding treaty in Copenhagen to stop climate chaos.

Now that Obama has moved the date of his trip, however, he needs to move the US’s emissions targets and financial commitments to be in line with what climate science demands so that this doesn’t become reality:

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