By PBS NewsHour
Delegates from 195 countries celebrated a landmark climate deal in Paris -- a moment of success after years of failure. The agreement lays out a number of goals and timelines, including keeping the global temperature rise well below 3.6 degrees…
Senior Fellow for Energy and the Environment at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York Michael Levi joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the climate change summit deal reached in Paris.
President Barack Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry hailed the newly passed international climate change agreement as a major achievement that could help turn the tide on global warming, but the immediate reaction of leading Republican critics was a…
By Kevin Freking, Associated Press
Negotiators from nearly every country in the world unanimously agreed to a landmark agreement Saturday to combat climate change, pledging to reduce their emissions from burning fossil fuels. It's the first-ever climate pact to commit all countries to take action.
Obama, speaking from the White House, said the leaders from nearly 200 nations working in Paris "met the moment" in agreeing to what is being described as the most ambitious climate change agreement in history. He said the world can…
The White House is praising what it calls "the most ambitious climate change agreement in history" after the United States and nearly 200 other countries backed the deal in Paris.
By Michael D. Regan
Negotiators said on Saturday that 195 countries have come to terms on a watershed agreement to address climate change. The terms would including efforts to limit the earth's rising temperatures and to reign in greenhouse gas emissions.
In our news wrap Monday, negotiators on a global climate deal began the second and final week of the UN conference in Paris. A draft agreement was released over the weekend, which left all of the critical disputes unresolved. Also,…
The climate talks that began last week in Paris have reached the halfway point, and early Saturday, delegates from 195 nations approved a draft text they hope will be the basis for an agreement to reduce global carbon emissions. But…
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