I can’t wait for you to get to the end of this article. You just may be happier for the rest of your life. So I’m going to make this quick.
As a third-year law student, I had no idea what to expect from my first “COP” (Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change). I had spent nearly a year seeking accreditation and funding to attend COP15 in Copenhagen, where world leaders were supposed to determine what would follow the expiry of the Kyoto Protocol’s first commitment period in 2012.