Suzanne Goldenberg

Guardian newspaper

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US environment correspondent for the Guardian newspaper and author of Madam President

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Climate change denial has been overtaken by observable facts — like the rapid melting of ice sheets that will increase ocean levels worldwide.

The Climate Is Changing while Politics Stays the Same

Climate change denial has been overtaken by observable facts — like the rapid melting of ice sheets that will increase ocean levels worldwide.

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Unanimous on the part of almost 200 nations, this weekend's " Paris agreement " is being hailed as "historic" — even though there's no way to enforce promised reductions of greenhouse…

Diplomacy, Money and Climate Change

Unanimous on the part of almost 200 nations, this weekend's " Paris agreement " is being hailed as "historic" — even though there's no way to enforce promised reductions of greenhouse…

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The first Earth Summit was held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. It was agreed that human interference was changing the climate and that something had to be done.

Will the Latest Climate Talks Start Something New?

The first Earth Summit was held in Rio de Janeiro in 1992. It was agreed that human interference was changing the climate and that something had to be done.

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