Danish officials said that 65 heads of state and government have confirmed their planned attendance at the U.N. climate summit in Copenhagen. While the prospects of a legally binding pact have dimmed, Denmark has improved the discussions by asking 191 world leaders to take part in the last two days of the event to build support for a political deal. The "active involvement" of such leaders is key to resolving concerns and reaching an "ambitious" treaty, Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen said.

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