POLITICO title The U.N. is taking a hard line on climate change: ‘The whole world is watching’ article POLITICO The United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday rejected a proposal by U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron that the U,N.
climate change panel be scrapped.
The council said it was “inconceivable” that the panel would continue to exist and that it should be replaced by a separate panel that focuses on the environment.
The vote was the first step in the U to take in its new climate agenda.
Cameron had wanted to use the new council to create a “climate-related” agenda for the council.
The U, however, has so far resisted Cameron’s proposals.
The UN’s main climate panel has been a focus of global attention for its work on climate and the effects of climate change.
Cameron and other climate advocates want the U council to focus on the science behind climate change and the impacts of human activity on the climate.
The decision came after a long discussion.
The British government, for instance, has said the panel was designed to serve as a counterweight to the United Nations, which is not a member of the UGC.
The new UGC would have been expected to be much more focused on policy, not only on the Ugc.
The panel’s role would have included a strong emphasis on the need to protect the planet, said Robert M. Lightfoot, an adviser to the U in the late 1980s.
Lightfeet has written extensively about the U’s role in climate change, including a book, “Climate: A Political Economy.”
Lightfoot also served as a member on the National Commission on Climate Change (NCCC) during the Bush administration, which worked to reduce the UG’s influence in the United States.
“The United Nations is not going to do anything to hurt the United Kingdom.
We will always stand up for our rights,” Cameron told reporters after the vote.
Cameron’s comments came just two days after U. S. President Donald Trump said that the United states would move toward leaving the Ugc if he were elected.
In a statement, the White House said Trump’s comments were “irresponsible and dangerous.”
“The U.G. has done a great job protecting the world, and will continue to do so,” the White Trump said.
The Trump administration has previously accused the U of ignoring the scientific consensus on climate changes and of having “failed” on climate policy, according to The Associated Press.
But Lightfoot says the U is trying to build a new climate panel, which would have focused on the impacts and impacts on climate, rather than just the science.
The next UGC, which could come as early as 2019, will be made up of 14 members and have a greater focus on energy and environment issues.
The climate panel is not the only major U. U.s. body that is taking on climate issues.
On Monday, the UGA’s climate and energy committee voted to make it mandatory for U. s lawmakers to attend climate talks held by the U and the European Union, a move that could have consequences for U lawmakers’ ability to cast votes on climate bills.
The legislation was a major boost for climate advocates.
The House Energy and Commerce Committee voted last week to require U. members to attend any U.
Gs. climate and environmental talks held abroad.