By Kyle Jeremiah | October 16, 2015
I looked on with keen interest as world leaders clashed at the United Nations General Assembly meeting in New York City over an appropriate course of action in the Syrian theater of war, its refugee crisis, ISIL and other ongoing matters that continue to test the concept of a multipolar world. But there seemed to be consensus on one major area – the need for immediate climate action and the urgency at next month’s climate talks in Paris, France, for world leaders to make firm commitments on greenhouse gas emissions reductions in an effort to avert a ‘tragedy of the commons’ scenario. Continue reading.
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