Climate crusaders: President Macron, right, with Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo and former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg after a June 2 meeting at the Elysee Palace, following the US withdrawal from the Paris agreement.
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International problems and local policies are integrally interwoven, whether the nationalists in Washington like it or not.
Public display in Montevideo, Uruguay, of the toxins found in tobacco.
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Uruguay fights tobacco more strongly than many countries 100 times its size -- including the U.S. It recently won a battle against Philip Morris. Should others follow the example of this tiny nation?
Bank of England chief Mark Carney has swung the financial world’s focus firmly onto climate.
“Investors are running ahead of governments.” This is arguably the most striking and encouraging statement heard so far at the Paris climate conference. It was made in a remarkable speech at a forum on…