Obama waves as he boards Air Force One for travel from Joint Base Andrews, Maryland

Obama to highlight climate issues at home before journey overseas

Obama waves as he boards Air Force One for travel from Joint Base Andrews, MarylandBy Roberta Rampton WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Barack Obama on Wednesday embarked on a 10-day trip where he will stress the urgency of curbing climate change and try to achieve some final agreements with world leaders at a G20 meeting in China. On Saturday, he will discuss further steps on climate change with Chinese President Xi Jinping, who is hosting the G20 group of leading economies. Obama and Xi worked together last year at a Paris conference to secure a global deal to cut carbon emissions and are expected to take the next steps soon to help bring the agreement into force.

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