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Eleventh Hour in Copenhagen: Live Blogs and Tweets (Updated) Eleventh Hour in Copenhagen: Live Blogs and Tweets (Updated)

Eleventh Hour in Copenhagen: Live Blogs and Tweets (Updated)

by Ben Jervey
December 19, 2009

UPDATE 11:10 Copenhagen time: Obama reached a pretty worthless (my take) "political agreement" with China, India, South Africa, and Brazil. Pretty clear that they needed to put something forward so that they didn't all fly home failure. The result is an agreement with barely any content, one that doesn't at all reflect the "party-driven" UNFCCC process that's been underway for the past two years, and essentially puts on hold any real action on climate change (for awhile now).Will be gathering reactions here.-----I've been here in Copenhagen for the past two weeks, tracking progress (or lack thereof) at COP15. On this final day of the talks (well, they're going to run long, let's be honest here) I'm following developments as they happen. So far today, the news ain't great. Two most likely outcomes: a very weak political deal that will be heavily greenwashed, or a collapse.Follow along here at the Adopt a negotiator site, or from our group twitter, or my personal one.Check back often-it's breakneck.However it goes (hint: not well), I'll have a full reaction on Monday.
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