The climate change conference will take place in Paris in the following days and leaders from all over the world are gathering so that they discuss how to make the planet a better place for tomorrow. A city that was besieged by death and darkness two weeks ago, Paris is still recovering from the loss of its citizens. But there is one small detail that comes outweigh everything that has come to pass. The conference in Paris offers more than a climate change talk.
The gathering of 150 people is a sign that humanity, progress and good move forward. Despite the loss and sadness that the world suffered two weeks ago, the cruel act of men who do not value life cannot subdue the will to cherish life of many others. This is proof that humanity will not fear the sad and weak who seek to bring us down. We planned that we are going to build a better tomorrow and we will build a better tomorrow. We will have to walk through fire and shed tears of blood, but we will do it regardless.
French President Francois Hollande and Barack Obama agreed “what a powerful rebuke to the terrorists it will be when the world stands as one and shows that we will not be deterred from building a better future for our children”. This is the sort of proof humanity needs that we stand together, no matter what, and we will face the darkness and banish it. For the sake of tomorrow, for the sake of our children.
Barack Obama has vowed to hunt the ones who were responsible for the terrorist attack on the 13th of November this year and all of ISIS will be one day eliminated so that the countries that they terrorize will have to suffer no more. Obama expressed his solidarity with America’s “oldest ally” and also declared that the climate change conference is a great sign of hope for all people over the world.
Obama will be present in Paris at the beginning of next week and he will initiate the thought process behind reducing emissions. Emissions are known to be the only controllable variable that we can manage in order to reduce global warming and all of its consequences.
While the conference in Paris offers more than a climate change talk, world leaders must assure that the temperature with which the globe will have to deal in the followings years does not pass an important threshold. We need to make tomorrow a safer place.
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