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Dec 14, 2009

Climate Change and Global Warming

With the Kyoto Protocol ending in 2012, the "Climate Conference in Copenhagen" recently convened to address climate change and global warming. Biotechnologists have a notable interest in the meeting as many scientists are working on sustainable agriculture and biofuels, for example, to help protect the planet's future. But a key issue remains: Will enough nations sign on and use the Copenhagen conference as a starting point to seriously tackle climate change and global warming on a worldwide scale? What do you think?

Do you think a significant number of countries will buy into the idea that something needs to be done about global warming after the "Climate Conference in Copenhagen"?

Yes, significant progress will be made
 
  14.5%
No, things will stay as they are or get worse
 
  42.0%
It does not matter as global warming is not a serious problem
 
  43.5%

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