Will Philippines delegator’s tears change our course on climate change?

Guardian: When a senior diplomat at global talks breaks down in public, it is a signal that other countries must pay attention. It happens rarely, but it can have a dramatic effect. On Thursday, it happened in a full plenary session of the COP18 climate talks at Doha. Naderev Saño, the lead negotiator of the Philippines delegation, got halfway through his prepared statement and then stopped. He wanted to relate the tortured negotiations to the tragedy unfolding in his own country when typhoon Bopha......

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