PARIS: United States President Barak Obama has stressed on joint efforts to make the environment friendly world.
While addressing to the climate summit in Paris, he said, “What greater rejection of those who would tear down our world than marshaling our best efforts to save it,”
“We have come to Paris to show our resolve,” Obama said, saying he offered condolences to the French people. He interspersed his climate message with meetings on fighting ISIS during his stay in Paris, which began with a midnight tribute outside the Bataclan nightclub, where ninety people died during the November 13 attacks.
He said on Monday the United States and France stand “united in solidarity, not only to deliver justice to the terrorist network responsible for those attacks but to protect our people and uphold the enduring values that keep us strong and keep us free.”
His message to the more than 150 world leaders gathered at the le Bourget summit site: confronting climate change will prove a powerful antidote to nihilistic terrorist worldviews.