In a confused day, the doors were locked at the Copenhagen Climate Summit.
1Out of the depths I have cried to you, Yahvah, and you have heard my voice.
2Master, let your ears be attentive to the voice of my supplications.
3If you, Yahvah, should mark iniquities, master, who will stand?
4Because forgiveness comes from you, you may be revered.
5I trust in Yahvah, my soul waits for his word.
6I have waited for master from the morning watch, even until the night watch.
7Let Israel hope in Yahvah; from him comes mercy, and with him is plentiful redemption.
8He will redeem Israel from all his iniquities.
The climate talks were continuing in Copenhagen with the African, or perhaps Chinese, delegation deciding to walk out on the talks.
A lot of confusion was reported as the 45,000 registered attendees could not all legally fit within the 15,000 person facilities. So the problems were systemic.
More direct reporting indicated that talks had been suspended for several hours starting on Monday morning.
The debate was how to deal with the Kyoto Protocol. The Europeans want a single track answer, others want 2 tracks.