KERRY Oâ€™BRIEN: DO YOU FEEL THAT YOU ARE MAKING HEADWAY WITH PRESIDENT HU ON THIS FRONT? PRESIDENT OBAMA: Well you know I think China has an enormous interest in solving this problem. You know if you talk to Chinese leaders I think they will acknowledge immediately that if over a billion Chinese citizens have the same living patterns as Australians and Americans do right now then all of us are in for a very miserable time, the planet just canâ€™t sustain it, so they understand that theyâ€™ve got to make a decision about a new model that is more sustainable that allows them to pursue the economic growth that theyâ€™re pursuing while at the same time dealing with these environmental consequences. So I think they understand intellectually. Right now though theyâ€™re understandable impulse is to say well letâ€™s let the developed countries, the Australias, and the Americas deal with this problem first and weâ€™ll get to it when weâ€™ve caught up a little bit in terms of our standard of living. The point weâ€™ve tried to make is we canâ€™t, we canâ€™t allow China to wait. We have to take responsibility and do what needs to be done, but if emerging countries not just China but also India, Brazil and others are pursuing a path in which they replace us as the largest carbon emitters, thatâ€™s not a sustainable practical approach, so weâ€™re going to have to have everybody moving on the same track at the same time. http://www.abc.net.au/7.30/content/2010/s2872726.htm It seems we developing nations need find new models to develop our economic before developed nations because they can't allow we to wait=love I just wonder if US want to make a change for the earth.Does he have any Progress after Copenhagen climate summitï¼ŸI can't see.