After two long weeks of climate change talks in Durban, South Africa, a deal was finally made on Sunday. And though some observers are applauding the global summit as groundbreaking, the majority of environmental experts say perhaps the biggest positive was that it wasn’t a complete collapse. We’ll take a look at what happened, what didn’t, and examine all the important details of the controversial climate change talks in Durban.
Patrick McGroarty, reporter for the Wall Street Journal.
Craig Miller, senior editor for KQED's Climate Watch.
Dan Kammen, professor of energy at U.C. Berkeley. Director of the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory, U.C. Berkeley
Andrew Light, director for international climate policy at the Center for American Progress and director of the Center for Global Ethics at George Mason University.