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Is America no longer public enemy No. 1 on climate change?

WARSAW, Poland -- The annual U.N. climate change negotiations often take on the flavor of an environmental war crimes tribunal, with America as the top offender. Not this year. For the first time in at least a decade, activists have not awarded the United States a "fossil of the day" designation, with which it brands environmental miscreants and those seen as blocking progress in the talks.

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