The Copenhagen Climate Change summit was a gathering of world leaders in the capital of Denmark over a two week period from 7th - 18th December 2009.   



Attention was unfortunately diverted from the summit’s ideals when a leak from some private e-mails between members of the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) became international news.  This served to undermine the authenticity of their reports on Climate Change which so many world bodies were relying on for accurate information.  In the UK data from the MET Office was quickly released in order to counteract this and show the public and leaders alike that there was still huge amounts of data in favour of the arguments put forward regarding climate change by the IPCC.

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