On the Politics of Climate Change

Malaviya, Satyam
July 2015
International Policy Digest;Jul2015, Vol. 2 Issue 7, p81
The article reports that Climate change has been priorotized in the agenda of the U.S. President Barack Obama and several international communities. It states that Obama failed to ratify Kyoto protocol, and discusses the Providing Energy Access through Clean Energy (PEACE) agreement signed by the U.S., to build bridges among the U.S., China and India. It presents several advancements in the U.S. – China Climate Agreement.


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