US President Barack Obama has called on world leaders to reach agreement to make sweeping cuts in carbon, or greenhouse gas emissions to stop global warming in its tracks, in a speech in Anchorage, Alaska.
US President Barack Obama told an international conference on climate change in Anchorage, Alaska that the United States recognized its role in creating climate change and "embraces responsibility" to help solve it.
US president during visit to Alaska warns that climate is changing faster than efforts to curb global warming.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (Reuters) - President Barack Obama said on Monday that world leaders must agree to cut carbon emissions at a U.N. summit in December because the climate is changing faster than efforts to curb global warming.
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President Barack Obama brought the power of the presidential pulpit to Alaska on Monday, aiming to thrust climate change to the forefront of the global agenda with a historic visit that will put the state's liquefying glaciers and sinking villages on graphic display.
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The president plans to see the effects of global warming and bro down with Bear Grylls. Busy week.
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President Barack Obama is set to join Bear Grylls for a trek through the Alaskan wilderness on NBC’s Running Wild with Bear Grylls. President Obama will join Grylls while visiting Alaska to observe the effects of global warming. President Obama’s Alaskan adventure will be taped to appear on NBC later this year. Show More Summary
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