Naomi Klein calls Paris Climate Agreement 'scientifically inadequate'



 
 
cbc.com| Tuesday December 15, 2015
 
Canada’s Environment Minister Catherine McKenna is not the only one feeling that way about Saturday’s Paris Agreement to combat climate change. German Chancellor Angela Merkel says the deal signals a “historic turning point in climate policy.” U.S. President Barack Obama called it “the best chance we have to save the one planet that we’ve got.”
 
Under the Paris Agreement, the governments of 195 countries have committed to keep the earth’s temperature from rising more than two degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels — which scientists say is necessary to avoid catastrophic climate change… read more or listen to the podcast at cbc.ca


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