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President Obama has joined almost 150 world leaders in Paris today for a two-week climate change conference.

Paris Climate Talks

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President George H.W. Bush joined other world leaders at the United Nations'  first Earth Summit  in Rio in 1992. Since then, global temperatures have been on the rise.

Back to Brazil for Another Try

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Future Hazy as Climate Talks Continue

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