Frank Loy

former Undersecretary of State for Global Affairs

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Former Undersecretary of State for Global Affairs and Chief US climate-change negotiator (1998-2001)

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At today's  United Nations summit , President Obama addressed 100 world leaders on  the need for action  against climate change.

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Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon wants this week's  summit of 100 world leaders  to set the stage for a  conference on greenhouse gas emissions  later this year.

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