Axios reports that Pope Francis is meeting with big oil executives and investors about climate change. Axios’ Amy Harder explains how the world is beginning to understand that everyone is responsible for climate change going forward.

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8 Replies to “Pope, businesses fight climate change one year after U.S. pulled out of Paris Accord”

  1. To all Faux puppets (including trump) those Alt Right GOP & Media outlets are selling the position of oil & coal because they don't care about the human condition over the lobbing dollars they get from big oil. We can do things to slow or even reverse our impact on the very thin layer of Nitrogen & Oxygen that only Earth has (in our solar system) that keeps us alive and have a more robust economy too.

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