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COPENHAGEN — A Japanese university student who attended the climate talks here as a member of an international nongovernmental organization says everything at the conference was a learning experience, even if he was disappointed with the outcome.

Jun Matsumoto, 23, a Waseda University senior and member of the International Youth Climate Movement, now believes Japanese people should try harder to foster a sense of responsibility as global citizens, with more involvement by young people.

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