What the World Looks Like After the Paris Treaty (NPR)


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In his latest post for NPR’s 13.7 Cosmos & Culture, Dartmouth’s Marcelo Gleiser writes about the challenges the world must meet to “turn the wonderful rhetoric of the Paris agreement into a global-changing reality.”

Gleiser, a professor of physics and astronomy and the Appleton Professor of Natural Philosophy, says one of two major challenges is that “individual governments of all countries involved need to ratify the treaty and agree to impose costly measures to control fossil fuel emissions.”

Read the full opinion piece, published 12/16/15 by NPR.

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