December 2, 2015: What is being billed as the most important summit – perhaps in world history – has begun in Paris. Can we have any confidence that this time, a climate deal will really have an impact on the problem – excess carbon on the atmosphere? World Meets America Report host William Kern examines the key issues and warns that unless the institutional obsession with emissions cutting is replaced with a determination to sequester carbon in soil – something that would likely to be wholeheartedly adopted by all the major players and is incontestably economically beneficial, this summit is destined to fail as spectacularly as all that came before.
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William Kern, founder of www.worldmeets.us, is the inventor of trans-copyediting, a system for checking the accuracy of translated copy into multiple languages. Since 2005, managing a team of dedicated volunteer translators, Kern has edited, packaged and posted thousands of columns of news and opinion about America from publications around the world and from every major language, including Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Polish, Swedish, Spanish, Hungarian and Farsi. From the height of the Iraq war to the annexation of Crimea right up to today, Kern and his team have provided intelligence to the American people by opening up a whole new media world.
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