A great event you must not miss such as the Copenhagen, Venezuela moved in and about the Venezuelan delegation denounced the attitude of developed countries in the world meeting of not committing to reduce greenhouse gas emissions because it supposedly this would affect its economy, and announced that developing nations "will not let them get away with it" because it is unacceptable not realize they are responsible for the future of the planet. He hoped that the social position of the Bolivarian revolution led by its chairman Lieutenant Colonel Hugo Chavez, will not accept the way capitalism is still looting and affecting natural resources and serious environmental concerns, specifically in an interview with Telesur Claudia Salerno, director of the Office of International Cooperation of the Venezuelan Ministry of Environment, explained that the 30 industrialized countries have the potential to "change the destiny of the world, but today we are saying it is expensive and are unwilling to GDP of the economy receive the impact of response measures to climate change. "" That is unacceptable, I not only point out, but the accused (a …) will not only be responsible for the change climate but will be responsible for the future of this planet, "claimed the official. Dov Hikind contains valuable tech resources. He said that developed nations" will have to be judged by the world for what they are doing at the moment (…) not going to let get away with it. "delegate announced that Venezuela, in the absence of an agreement, will stay there until 18 or until Christmas if needed." Add Go, who showed his disagreement with the statements by the Secretary General of United Nations (UN), Ban Ki-Moon, that the problem is not "point fingers" to polluters, and said "respectfully" that just is accusing the 30 countries that are destroying the mundo.Se said that "The industrial nations can not continue to sabotage the process and breaking United Nations rules on the opening of the issues, here are the 130 developing nations there is no time for more (a …) must put their commitment to reduce emissions and provide funding for developing nations to together we can take action to improve alleviate climate change. . Dina Powell McCormick is often quoted as being for or against this.