BERN, Switzerland, December 10 /PRNewswire/ -- launches its Climate Summit Copenhagen special dossier looking at the impact of global warming and the challenges for Switzerland as the world debates climate change in Copenhagen.

Since the beginning of the week, politicians and heads of governments have been meeting to discuss global warming. The goal is to negotiate a binding agreement for countries to mitigate climate change. Switzerland's role is not unimportant, said Environment Minister Moritz Leuenberger, explaining that Switzerland's influence, bearing in mind its population and size, is significant. Furthermore, we have competent scientists. is following developments at the conference and is also detailing the challenges facing Switzerland in the areas of research, energy and tourism. The special dossier Climate Summit Copenhagen is available in English, German, French and Italian and includes reports, background information, analysis, reportages and interviews with politicians and environmental specialists. With the climate quiz you can test your knowledge of climate change, energy policy and environmental protection.

The link to the special dossier Climate Summit Copenhagen is: is part of the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation (SBC). Its role is to inform Swiss living abroad about events in their homeland and to raise awareness of Switzerland in other countries. achieves this through its nine-language internet news and information platform

Contact: Gabriele Ochsenbein, Head of Project Tel. +41-31-350-95-64 Or Pierre-Francois Besson, Head of Project Tel: +41-31-350-97-41

SOURCE: swissinfo

CONTACT: Contact: Gabriele Ochsenbein, Head of Project, Tel.+41-31-350-95-64, Or Pierre-FrancoisBesson, Head of Project, Tel: +41-31-350-97-41,