Watch: Eugene Mirman Represents the US at Climate Talks

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Comedian Eugene Mirman, Grist’s Special Correspondent in Copenhagen, goes to the Bella Center, the epicenter of the U.N. Climate Conference. He unofficially represents the US in this official U.N. conference center. And because he’s Eugene, he makes friends doing it. Like the local whom he makes apologize for the loud dance music played in all the restaurants in Copenhagen.

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