Pew's Diringer discusses progress at Poznan talks, previews Copenhagen negotiations

With the United Nations' annual climate change conference in Poznan, Poland, wrapping up last week, all eyes are now on the United States and how the transition to the Obama administration will affect the road to a new climate treaty. During today's OnPoint, Elliot Diringer, vice president of international strategies at the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, gives highlights of the Poznan meeting and looks ahead to next year's climate talks. Diringer also explains what the United States must do in 2009 to effectively engage in next year's climate conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.