BNA Offers Live, On-The-Scene Coverage of U.N. Climate Talks in Copenhagen December 4-21, 2009

December 4, 2009

ARLINGTON, Va., Dec. 4 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — As nations gather in Copenhagen for the Fifteenth Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, BNA is pleased to provide complimentary, real-time reporting and analysis of the landmark event. BNA will offer open access to its World Climate Change Report(R), which contains expert climate change analysis as well as live coverage of COP15, December 4-21, 2009.

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During these two weeks of complimentary access, Web visitors can use climate.bna.com/copenhagen as a portal to real-time reporting on actions of the United States, China, India, and other key players at COP15. Veteran BNA correspondents Dean Scott (Washington, D.C.,) Eric J. Lyman (Rome,) and Marcus Hoy (Copenhagen,) will attend the conference. BNA will post daily news and analysis of COP15 proceedings, with reactions from officials on the scene, in Washington, D.C., and around the world.

On December 11, 2009, conference attendees in Copenhagen can feel free to stop by the BNA special video demonstration at the United Nations Climate Change Secretariat’s exhibition on information/communication technology and climate change.

“As the nations of the world gather to discuss a successor to the Kyoto Protocol, BNA is pleased to offer coverage and analysis of the proceedings via climate.bna.com/copenhagen,” said BNA President and Publisher Greg McCaffery. “BNA has offered authoritative and nonpartisan coverage of environmental issues since the inception of the Environmental Protection Agency. Now, we are pleased to provide world audiences with news and information about climate change via our multimedia Web resource climate.bna.com(R).”

climate.bna.com is BNA’s always-free Web resource about climate change, its business impact, and the measures taken to mitigate its effects. It features climapedia(TM) reference materials, videos, reports, and information sources.

World Climate Change Report is BNA’s premium multimedia Web resource. The Report offers all the features of climate.bna.com, plus real-time reporting and in-depth analysis from BNA’s international network of correspondents and experts. Subscribers also receive federal, state, and international coverage of legislative, regulatory, legal, and policy news, and trend pieces written by leading experts.

For more information about BNA’s climate change information resources, please contact Mark Kozeal at 703-341-3731 or mkozeal@bna.com.

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