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One of the biggest debates emerging from the global warming treaty discussions taking place in the Hague is whether or not the terms of the 1997 Kyoto Climate Change protocol will allow the U.S. to meet most of its obligations by planting or preserving forests that suck up carbon dioxide. As NPR's John Nielsen reports, delegates from Europe and elsewhere are determined that nothing of the kind should happen.

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