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French gendarmes stand guard as dozens of people begin to gather for a demonstration in support of migrants at Place de la Republique (Republic Square) in Paris amid a ban on public gatherings on November 22, 2015. Paris has extended a ban on public gatherings introduced after the terror attacks in the French capital until November 30, the start of UN climate talks, the city's police headquarters said on November 21. (Loic Venance/AFP/Getty Images)
French gendarmes stand guard as dozens of people begin to gather for a demonstration in support of migrants at Place de la Republique (Republic Square) in Paris amid a ban on public gatherings on November 22, 2015. Paris has extended a ban on public gatherings introduced after the terror attacks in the French capital until November 30, the start of UN climate talks, the city's police headquarters said on November 21. (Loic Venance/AFP/Getty Images)
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The long-awaited United Nations climate change summit gets underway in Paris next Monday. Diplomats from around the world aim to hammer out a legally binding agreement to limit global warming to two degrees Celsius.

Carolyn Beeler of "The Pulse" at Here & Now contributor WHYY looks at what impact the recent terrorist attacks in Paris are likely to have on these historic negotiations.

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This segment aired on November 25, 2015.

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