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Climate: Will Obama Really Be the Best Ally at COP21?

September 7, 2015 // Le Monde - France - French

Will Barack Obama turn out to be the best ally at the Paris conference on climate change? If you were to see him in Alaska, pleading for urgency in the fight against climate change, three months before COP21 – the United Nations conference on climate change – you would have good reason to think so. In Anchorage, [Read more]

Climate Support

August 24, 2015 // La Razón - Bolivia - Spanish

[I]t goes without saying that the United States was the main emitter of greenhouse gases into the earth’s atmosphere for decades, and is, for that reason, the principal country responsible for global warming.

Obama Effects Change

August 22, 2015 // Berliner Zeitung - Germany - German

In Barack Obama, one sees a leader who is using the last months of his term in office to demonstrate the sort of international responsibility that was totally alien to his predecessor.

The Weight of Ideology

August 14, 2015 // El País - Spain - Spanish

The United States is heading toward its next electoral campaign with three major debates: immigration, health care and climate change. In order to make progress on these issues and overcome national shortsightedness, the U.S. must educate its public. The world is becoming more and more polarized along ideological, [Read more]
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