The world's biggest economy and the world's second largest carbon polluter has upped the ante.
Here, they are moving differently, but hand-in-hand.
At the Climate Summit held in New York this week, things took place that are by now common at these conferences: the representatives expressed their concern and their will to act and, by the end of it all, reached the minimum number of agreements. And so a vital issue for the planet awaits further definition until next [Read more]
Yesterday and for the second day in a row, thousands of demonstrators protested on Wall Street, the financial district of New York and the center of the world's finances, to denounce the connection between capital speculation and global climate change, as well as to request that world leaders take decisive and urgent [Read more]
Today in New York, 120 heads of state and government met for the Climate Summit. The goal of this meeting, whose observance is part of the 69th United Nations General Assembly, is to define the bases of the new treaty against climate change, which should begin to develop at the end of this year in Lima and be finalized [Read more]