‘Climate change’ missing from President Obama’s UN speech

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President Obama was all but mum on climate change when he spoke at the UN General Assembly on Tuesday. He mentioned “climate change” only once.

The Executive Director of Greenpeace International, Kumi Naidoo, the Executive Secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, Christiana Figueres, and former Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar joined All In on Tuesday to talk about the United States’ role in finding a global solution to climate change.

“The way that the U.S. goes, the world will also go with us. And so this is a global problem and it requires a global solution.” said former Secretary of the Interior Salazar of the need for the United States to lead.

“The role that the U.S. has played has been a destructive role,” declared Naidoo.

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'Climate change' missing from President Obama's UN speech

Updated