World leaders and VIPs began pouring into Copenhagen Monday morning for the city's long-awaited climate summit, arriving in style in a fleet of gas-guzzling limos and luxury cars. Most delegates to the climate change conference haven't exactly been hoofing their way to Denmark's capital, swarming the city's airport with 140 private jets, 1,200 hired limousines and a carbon footprint the size of a small country. Video shot on the scene Monday shows squads of new arrivals at the green gathering pulling up in BMWs, Mercedes Benzes, sleek Volvos and plush Jaguars. A bus reserved for the delegates rode along empty outside the conference center. Carbonhagen: World Leaders Drive to Climate Summit in Gas-Guzzling Luxury Fleet - International News | News of the World | Middle East News | Europe News - FOXNews.com 140 private jet aeroplanes and 1200 limousines! Convincing aren't they?