Looking ahead to Doha

In just under three weeks, representatives from almost 200 countries will visit Doha for UN climate change talks. And while Australia sits on the fence regarding Kyoto 2, the moves of the world's biggest nations will be intriguing.

Climate change may have taken mostly a backseat role in this year's US presidential election compared with the 2008 round. Yet, in just under three weeks, representatives from just under 200 countries will go to Doha, Qatar, for the annual UN climate change talks. And the last few weeks have seen several countries begin to outline their negotiating positions.

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