Day two of UN climate change conference

Nearly 200 world nations attended the talks to review commitments to cutting greenhouse gas emissions
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Fahad bin Mohammed al-Attiyah, Chairman of the Sub-Committee of the Organization of the United Nations (UN) Conference on climate change, gives a press conference following the second day of the UN conference in Doha on November 27, 2012. Nearly 200 world nations attended the talks to review commitments to cutting climate-altering greenhouse gas emissions. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Delegates arrive for the second day of the 18th United Nations Convention on Climate Change in Doha on November 27, 2012. Nearly 200 world nations attended the talks to review commitments to cutting climate-altering greenhouse gas emissions. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Qatar's deputy Prime minister and 18th Conference of the Parties (COP18) president Abdullah bin Hamad Al-Attiyah delivers a speech during the opening ceremony of the 18th United Nations Convention on Climate Change in Doha on November 26, 2012. Nearly 200 world nations launched today a new round of talks to review commitments to cutting climate-altering greenhouse gas emissions. The two-week conference comes amid a welter of reports warning that extreme weather events like superstorm Sandy may become commonplace if mitigation efforts fail. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A general view shows the opening ceremony of the 18th United Nations (UN) climate change conference in Doha on November 26, 2012. Nearly 200 world nations launched a new round of talks in Doha to review commitments to cutting climate-altering greenhouse gas emissions. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A general view shows the logo of the 18th United Nations Convention on Climate Change in Doha on November 27, 2012. Qatar shrugged off criticism of its record-busting carbon emissions and instead extolled the virtues of its key export, natural gas, as it opened a major UN conference on climate change. (AFP/Getty Images)
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United Nations Convention on Climate Change Executive Secretary Christiana Figueres delivers a speech during the opening ceremony of the 18th United Nations Convention on Climate Change in Doha on November 26, 2012. Nearly 200 world nations launched today a new round of talks to review commitments to cutting climate-altering greenhouse gas emissions. The two-week conference comes amid a welter of reports warning that extreme weather events like superstorm Sandy may become commonplace if mitigation efforts fail. (AFP/Getty Images)