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The results are surprising and troubling Most generations face large and daunting challenges. But few generations have the promise of leadership that could address them rationally. Fortunately, President-elect Obama is uniquely positioned to achieve such a feat and help the world solve some of its most entrenched issues. He will be swamped with suggestions as to what to do first -- perhaps none more impassioned than those who advocate dealing with Interviews Climate change Development Polish.
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Yet, with people losing jobs and income, immediate economic help seems to matter more than temperature differentials years from now. Articles Climate change Energy Environment English. Twenty nations including Japan, Italy and Australia may be releasing more greenhouse-gas pollution than they agreed to under the Kyoto treaty to curb global warming. They're failing to rein in carbon-dioxide output enough to meet their pledges signed in in Kyoto, Japan, according to reports by individual countries.
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