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(Global Pulse: December 2, 2009) China and the U.S. may be patting themselves on the back for proposing CO2 emission cuts, but African nations are boiling mad. Africa accounts for 14% of the world's population, but emits only 3% of its CO2. Amid floods in the continent's east and drought in the west, Africans accuse the developed world of timidity, and some are calling for climate reparations. After watching, tell us what you think on Real Conversations, and participate in our Climate Change News Hunt with NewsTrust.
SOURCES: Al Jazeera English, Qatar; BBC, U.K.; CCTV, China; NTV, Kenya; TV5, France; SABC, South Africa
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