Scant progress in Copenhagen

Impasse over funding threatens the success of the conference.

    World leaders are arriving in Copenhagen as hopes of a substantive agreement on tackling climate change appear to be slipping away.

    Wen Jaibao, the Chinese premier, is hoping his presence will help secure a deal by Friday.

    But an impasse over funding is threatening the success of the conference.

    Alan Fisher reports now on a day of protests and little progress.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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