"All States Have Climate Role, U.S. Negotiator Says"
"COPENHAGEN -- Major developing countries, and especially China, must commit to their part in reducing greenhouse gas emissions if the world is to reach a global agreement to fight climate change ..., the U.S. chief negotiator at the climate summit in Copenhagen said Wednesday. 'There is no way to solve this problem by giving developing countries a pass,' Todd Stern said during a press conference in the third day of negotiations. 'Virtually all of the growth in emissions going forward ... will be coming from developing countries,' of which about 50% from China alone, Mr. Stern said." Alessandro Torello reports for the Wall St. Journal Dec. 9, 2009.