Did we get anything concrete from Copenhagen or just a draft?



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    There are many aspects of reducing CO2 emissions that are being contested between countries. One of the most important issues is how to regulate developing contries in comparison with industrialized nations. The arguement is that industrialized countries should be stablized in emissions as they have an extablished industrial economy (a source of a large portion of emissions). Developing countries may justify emissions through growth and develompent of industry in their nation, which they are as entitled to. Copenhagen marked some important discussions between these two factions, but no certain limits were set for emissions. There is now a great deal of hope resting on the international meeting in Mexico in the summer of 2010 for concrete agreements to reduce and limit emissions.

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