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One hundred global leaders are gathered for a major climate conference. Much attention was fixed on President Obama, who gave his first speech to the UN today. Sunlen Miller reports now from New York.

First impressions are important, especially when the whole world is watching. President Obama was in front of the United Nations today. In front of him were a whole list of agenda items: Afghanistan, Iran, North Korea and climate change. The president’s plate is full.

After holding separate meetings with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and Palestinian President Abbas, the three leaders at least publicly displayed a sense of unity.

The follow-up orchestrated by the White House showed Obama’s attempts at leadership on Mideast diplomacy. No breakthroughs, but some plans.

Earlier in the day, the president was greeted warmly, though not enthusiastically during his address at the Summit on Climate Change.

The president's message was direct – urgency, determination and coordination on this issue.

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