President Obama is scheduled to speak at the Copenhagen climate summit on today. Discussions have bogged down over issues such as how much industrialized nations should pay developing countries to help reduce greenhouse gasses, and monitoring emissions cuts by individual nations. We talk with reporters and an atmospheric scientist about lowered expectations from the climate summit.

The Copenhagen Summit: Lowered Expectations 18 December,2009forum

Rob Schmitz, Los Angeles bureau chief for KQED's The California Report currently reporting from Copenhagen
Craig Miller, senior editor for KQED's Climate Watch
Stephen Schneider, climatologist, editor of the journal "Climatic Change" and professor for Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies at Stanford University

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