When I learned on Saturday that a climate deal was agreed to by all 195 nations attending this year’s climate talks, I had only one regret — that I had to return to the U.S. before the final “overtime” day and did not get to personally see the gaggle of normally-staid and dignified diplomats high-fiving each other.
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