This December, the annual UN climate boondoggle will be held in Cancun. That seems like a better choice than Copenhagen for a number of reasons.
1. You don’t want global warming negotiators to be freezing. Putting them in a warm climate in December makes them think that the Earth is heating up.
2. Copenhagen was not a top choice for a December vacation, not withstanding the fact that the local prostitutes offered their services for free to climate negotiators. (Their professions share much in common, with the difference being that the climate negotiators don’t actually do anything useful.)
3. World leaders flying into Copenhagen today to discuss a solution to global warming will first face freezing weather as a blizzard dumped 10 centimeters (4 inches) of snow on the Danish capital overnight.
4. U.S. lawmakers leaving early to beat snow
By Juliet Eilperin
COPENHAGEN–The threat of a big snowstorm back in Washington is prompting the U.S. Congressional delegation to leave global climate talks early, but aides said President Obama still plans to stay into the evening in the hopes of inking a deal
5. Obama Negotiates Late Climate Deal in Copenhagen
UPDATE @ 2:10pm PT: AP: U.S., others broker climate deal at U.N. summit; Plan includes way to verify reduction in global warming emissions
6. UPDATE @ 2:46pm PT: The President has left the building … and Copenhagen. After the press conference, the President boarded Air Force One and is on the way back to Washington, D.C. in advance of a severe winter storm projected to dump up to two feet of snow on the nation’s capitol.