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The UN climate conference at Copenhagen is the largest ever assembled.
The UN believes that the Obama administration can go beyond current climate legislation.
At least 100 national leaders, including President Obama, will attend the climate talks in Denmark.
The investigation comes only weeks before the UN's summit on global warming at Copenhagen.
Discussions at Copenhagen will tackle how to aid the developing world in adapting to climate change.
It could take between $75 and $100 billion a year to help developing nations cope with climate change.
Officials are optimistic that Copenhagen will produce meaningful targets to cut carbon emissions.
The United Nations conference is scheduled to begin on Dec. 7, 2009.
Pledges by the U.S. and China for emissions reductions still seem timid to many experts.
President Obama will not be present during the climate conference's crucial final negotiations.