Obama says world must reach climate deal in Paris 'while we still can'

Obama is flanked by Naneng and Bahnke as he participates in a roundtable with Alaska natives before delivering remarks to the GLACIER Conference at the Dena'ina Civic and Convention Center in Anchorage, AlaskaPresident Barack Obama said on Monday that world leaders must agree to cut carbon emissions at a U.N. summit in December because the climate is changing faster than efforts to curb global warming. Obama told a meeting of foreign ministers in Alaska that the United States recognized it played a big part in raising the Earth’s temperatures and “embraces our responsibility” to help fix the problem. “This year, in Paris, must be the year that the world finally reaches an agreement to protect the one planet we’ve got while we still can,” Obama said, according to his prepared remarks.

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