Pew's Elliot Diringer discusses expectations for upcoming UNFCCC talks in Bali

As the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee takes up the Lieberman-Warner climate bill next week, and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change resumes international climate discussions in Bali later this month, questions remain about the Bush administration's role in climate talks as it heads into its final year. During today's OnPoint, Elliot Diringer, director of International Strategies at the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, previews the upcoming Bali discussions. He also discusses what impact Lieberman-Warner discussions will have on the international community.