COP15 gives us the Copenhagen Accord was it worth it?

COP15 gives us the Copenhagen Accord was it worth it?
COP15 is over and there has been no deal on climate change and only a Copenhagen Accord.
It seems like China blocked any real deal as world leaders struggled to agree the accord so looking back should was it worth it?

No! I'm really annoyed with all the talk which has led to nothing!
An accord is something and will set us up for future meetings
The accord is simply a bit of paper so ministers can say they've not come home empty handed

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