French President Francois Hollande (right), French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius (second from right), United Nations climate chief Christiana Figueres (left) and U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon held their hands in December in celebration after the final conference at the COP21, the U.N. conference on climate change, in Le Bourget, north of Paris. Through the secretary general’s efforts, 200 governments adopted a global agreement asking them to reduce or rein in their greenhouse gas emissions.
French President Francois Hollande (right), French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius (second from right), United Nations climate chief Christiana Figueres (left) and U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon held their hands in December in celebration after the final conference at the COP21, the U.N. conference on climate change, in Le Bourget, north of Paris. Through the secretary general’s efforts, 200 governments adopted a global agreement asking them to reduce or rein in their greenhouse gas emissions. Francois Mori The Associated Press
French President Francois Hollande (right), French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius (second from right), United Nations climate chief Christiana Figueres (left) and U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon held their hands in December in celebration after the final conference at the COP21, the U.N. conference on climate change, in Le Bourget, north of Paris. Through the secretary general’s efforts, 200 governments adopted a global agreement asking them to reduce or rein in their greenhouse gas emissions. Francois Mori The Associated Press

Steve Rose: Attitudes on climate change vary in the Kansas City area

January 02, 2016 9:00 AM