The 16-year-old said she planned to spend several days in the Portuguese capital before heading to Madrid, where delegates from nearly 200 countries are discussing how to tackle global warming.
By Barry Hatton, Frank Jordans, Associated Press
In our news wrap Monday, China has indefinitely suspended U.S. military ships and aircraft from visiting Hong Kong, after President Trump signed legislation supporting anti-government protests in the Chinese territory. Also, demonstrations continued in Iraq, despite the prime minister’s resignation.
In Poland, a U.N. climate conference concluded with consensus on several ways to achieve the Paris Agreement's goal of limiting global temperature increases. But with a lack of U.S. support, is the progress enough? Nat Keohane, senior vice president of…
In our news wrap Monday, a winter storm departed the South after dumping heavy snow and killing at least three people. More than a foot of snow fell in parts of North Carolina, causing widespread power outages and fears of…
By PBS NewsHour
What do the nations that have gathered for the UN conference on climate change hope to accomplish this time around? Gwen Ifill learns more from Michael Levi of the Council on Foreign Relations and Seth Borenstein of the Associated Press.
More than 150 heads of state and government have converged on Paris in hopes of finalizing the strongest agreement yet to reduce heat-trapping emissions of greenhouse gases. This time many countries committed to action in advance, but there is still…
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