The 2012 conference of the United Nations' Framework Convention on Climate Change is currently underway in Doha, Qatar.  The conference began on Monday, November 26th, and continues through Friday, December 7th.  You can browse the full schedule here or read summaries of each day's proceedings on Columbia Law School's Climate Law Blog.  The general consensus (of observers) is that very little is going to be accomplished at the conference due to a lack of consensus by participating nations about how, or even whether, to proceed with reducing anthropogenic emissions of greenhouse gases.  This has been the situation for at least the last few conferences, but it is more significant this time since the Kyoto Protocol terminates at the end of the year.

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