Paris Climate Change Summit Begins

Posted: Nov 30 2015, 5:30am CST | by , in News | Latest Science News


Paris Climate Change Summit Begins
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  • French Head of State stresses Climate Agreement between Nations at the Recent Paris Talks

The French head of state stressed a legally binding climate agreement between various nations at the recent Paris talks.

The climate conference has begin in Paris. And the French President, Francois Hollande has strongly pointed out that a binding agreement on climate change, that all the nations of the world will follow, is a must if humanity is to survive this century. To fight pollution and curb greenhouses gases not to mention conserve resources is where the focus ought to be.

The majority of the world’s leaders were gathered at the Paris Summit. And the French leader said that in order to ensure world peace, these steps towards a pristine and clean environment will have to be taken. There was simply no other choice. 

Where we go from here is of the essence. Whether it is chaos or community is the ultimate test. The progeny of the current generation will thank us later on for these crucial decisions made in the nick of time.

There will this be no crisis involving a migration of refugees from areas having extreme climate. The leader of France declared that the two ideals of climate change and the fight against terrorism were intimately linked to each other. 

The French head spoke of a vast transformation in human views regarding environmentalism and the only home we have and which we have to share – planet earth – being the crux of the matter. What was essentially at stake was our very viability as a species.

Maybe the age-old saying that “man is his own worst enemy” rang true here. And it was an epithet that we had to prove wrong for the sake of our future generations. They ought to be handed a better world rather than a dystopian wasteland so that they don’t curse their predecessors for the injustice of receiving a botched planet. 

Meanwhile, the worst form of pollution has hit Beijing, China. It just goes to show that the Paris Summit was a necessity. The leaders gathered in Paris observed a minute of silence in memory of the tragic lives that were lost in the terrorist attacks on a concert that took place recently.

Air pollution remains the biggest issue in not only such countries as China but throughout Europe as well. The problem is too many cars which give off poisonous exhaust fumes. President Obama also spoke of how the cooperation between the US and China on climate control will bear fruit in the future. 

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