Posted: 12:39 am ET
— CBC Politics (@CBCPolitics) October 24, 2017
— David Beard (@dabeard) October 25, 2017
— Maclean's Magazine (@macleans) October 25, 2017
Canada’s Environment Minister swiftly responded, “there’s only one side — it’s man-made." https://t.co/4hBoz0aHnS
— VICE Canada (@vicecanada) October 26, 2017
— U.S. Embassy Ottawa (@usembassyottawa) October 21, 2017
Grateful to share such an important day with my husband, Joe, close friends, and new colleagues. pic.twitter.com/kPF3Lszn9z
— Ambassador Craft (@USAmbCanada) October 24, 2017
Celebrated "Friendship through the Arts" last night with the Council for Canadian American Relations. pic.twitter.com/5CdQ9tXbU7
— Ambassador Craft (@USAmbCanada) October 25, 2017
Posted: 1:57 am ET
Updated to correct headline.
On June 1, President Trump officially announced the withdrawal of the United States from the Paris Climate Accord. Below is a round-up of reactions from around the world. We have to say that we are living in a golden age for political cartoonists. Take a look!
Posted: 1:34 am ET
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Secretary Kerry is traveling to the Dominican Republic, Norway, Denmark & Greenland from June 13-17, 2016. On July 16, he was on the research vessel “Teisten,” with Norwegian Foreign Minister Borge Brende, on the Kongsfjorden in Ny-Alesund, Norway, the northernmost civilian settlement in the world.
[O]ne of the greatest challenges of our times besides the fight against extremism is to deal with the enormous battle of climate change. That’s why I’m going to Greenland tomorrow, because if we were to lose the ice sheet of Greenland, we would see a sea level rise of some 22 feet over the course of this century. Everybody knows that what is happening now is a – is a huge transformation in weather patterns, in the melt of glaciers – which I saw in Svalbard today, and I will see again tomorrow – and we have to make smarter decisions about the kind of energy that we’re going to provide ourselves with. (Via)