On Earth Day, Heads of State Sign Paris Climate Deal

HeadlineApr 22, 2016

Today is Earth Day, and climate is on the world’s agenda as more than 60 heads of state will meet at the United Nations headquarters to sign the Paris climate agreement aimed at slowing climate change. This comes as the Earth has experienced 11 straight months of record-shattering temperatures. Experts say the greenhouse gas cuts promised in the Paris climate deal are insufficient to avert dangerous global warming.

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