The leaders of the world’s largest economies have been discussing how to deal with the rise of the Great Lakes and the threat of a new pandemic.
The G20 Summit will take place this week in the Spanish capital of Barcelona, Spain.
In its inaugural meeting, the G-20 leaders discussed ways to protect the world against the spread of pandemic-related illnesses.
Here’s a look at some of the key topics discussed.1.
Global warming: Global warming is one of the most pressing issues facing humanity and the global economy.
The global average temperature has been rising for the past 15 years, with some parts of the globe seeing temperatures rise by up to 2 degrees Celsius.
In a speech to the leaders of most of the nations at the summit, U.S. President Donald Trump said: “The science says we’re at a tipping point.
The world is at a point where we have to be very, very careful.”
In his speech, Trump also said that the world was entering “the worst pandemic ever.”
He also said:It was not the first time Trump had made these remarks.
In an interview with Fox News in April, he said:The science of climate change is clear.
We’ve been seeing an increase in extreme weather events that have already occurred.
We have seen an increase of the number of severe weather events.
And in some cases, they’re even worse than the previous ones.
We now know that CO2 emissions are causing these things to happen.
We know that these things are contributing to rising sea levels and other things that we don’t understand yet.
In some cases this is already happening, and I think it’s very, really important for the leaders in this meeting to put a lot of attention to this and make sure that we do everything we can to mitigate the impacts of climate disruption.
As the summit approaches, global warming is a topic of debate, as many nations have begun to question the veracity of the science.
There are also calls for the United States to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, saying it will not protect their interests.1a.
Trump has called global warming a hoax, and he said global warming was caused by man-made emissions, and that there is “no question” that the Paris agreement is a hoax.
Trump also called for the removal of the Paris accord and the reopening of coal plants.2.
The leaders have called for a global emissions cap of at least 40 percent.
This is the limit of carbon emissions which has been agreed upon by countries that have pledged to reduce emissions.
At the moment, the cap is around 30 percent.3.
The meeting was called to discuss a global energy strategy, and how it will work and how to tackle the climate change crisis.
There was a consensus that the energy transition will require the United Nations to step in and develop a carbon price, something that has not yet been proposed.4.
The Paris climate deal is a deal between nations, and many nations, including the United Kingdom, have said that they would like to renegotiate it, something the United states has said is not an option.
The deal is not binding and it will be up to each country to decide whether or not to join it.5.
There were calls for countries to commit to using energy savings to reduce carbon emissions, something many countries have already done.
This will not happen.
However, this does not mean that there will be no effort to reduce CO2 emission.6.
The United States has proposed that countries around the world should reduce their emissions by between 20 and 40 percent by 2030, while reducing their consumption of coal.
The plan would also include cutting emissions from the power sector by 25 percent and by 40 percent from 2025 to 2030.7.
There has been a lot less talk about climate change since Trump took office.
In fact, there has been more focus on how to make our economy more resilient to extreme weather, and the rise in the costs of natural disasters.
The summit was called in the wake of the deadly Superstorm Sandy, and it was called on the advice of the U.N. climate panel.