December 1, 2011

Todd Stern Talks Durban and Carbon Emissions

Todd Stern, National Public Radio


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GUY RAZ, HOST: Joining us now to talk about what the U.S. hopes to accomplish at the UN climate talks in Durban is the chief negotiator for the United States, Todd Stern. He's been negotiating on behalf of the U.S. off and on since the Kyoto Protocol was first forged back in 1997. Todd Stern, welcome to the program.

TODD STERN: Thanks very much, Guy. Happy to be here. . .

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