Representatives from around the world will be in Poland next week to discuss climate change.
The conference in Warsaw comes on the heels of a new report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change that says global warming is real and man is responsible.
Skeptics disagree and point to various counterarguments, such as global temperatures over the last decade.
Marc Morano of Climate Depot is one such skeptic. He says recent conferences have failed to agree on policy, including in 2009 when President Obama began his presidency.
"This was supposed to be the follow up to the Kyoto protocol on global warming. This was supposed to be the big successor that was supposed to get everyone all excited and get the whole international community back in the saddle," Morano recalls. "The whole thing went disastrously bad. Each successive meeting since 2009 has been a disaster for the UN, including their Earth Summit, which went belly up."
Morano also notes that Poland, where this month's conference is being held, has been one of the holdouts.
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