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Leaders from around the world gathered in Copenhagen in an attempt to forge a long-anticipated international agreement on climate change, while thousands of protesters did their best to get their messages heard. View Photo Gallery »

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Is the Copenhagen Accord a real deal? Are there any beneficiaries of this decision? What responsibilities do nations have going forward?

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The 15th annual United Nations Conference on Climate Change, aka Cop15, took place Dec. 7 to 18 in Copenhagen, Denmark, where world leaders, activists, scientists and others with vested interest in global climate policy met to form an international agreement.

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