greenland continues with renditions inside libya's prison when the rebels came to tripoli. so she ended with gadhafi regime it was in the office of spying chief at that time to stash off documents which reveal the collaboration between british and libyan intelligence services on al jazeera. and i want you all to know that we are fighting the fake news phoning the enemy of the people and this president has undermined us from the very beginning he's called this enemies of the people he has told us that we are fake media and he is trying to undermine and drive a wedge between the electorate and us the fake news is creating violence. if the media can't be trusted to report the news then that's a dangerous place for america what you just did is inflammatory and the public in this room is only trying to do their job they are the same they just go skiing. your. children go to any other they go through. so what do you base your sit down sit down could you please sit down you get one why should . you do. this is the white house welcome to it this is where all of us in spain wretch's
greenland continues with rendition it's inside libya's prison when the rebels came to tripoli . so she ended with gadhafi regime it was an office of spying chief a best time to stash of documents which reveal the collaboration between british and libyan intelligence services on al-jazeera. after several days shares in saudi aramco are to be offered for sale in what could be the world's biggest initial public offering. to. tell you watching al-jazeera live from doha with me fully back hebrew also coming up a big show of support for lebanon's president his allies take to the streets after weeks of protests calling for all politicians to resign bus concerns from india throw doubt over plans at the sea and summit to finalize what could be the world's largest trading bloc and a prominent indigenous force god it's killed during an ambush by illegal loggers in the brazilian amazon. saudi arabia has begun the long awaited process of selling shares in its state run oil giant aramco a small portion of the firm is expected to initially be put up on the kingdom's domestic stock exchange it'
know this warming now we start to see the effects in terms of wildfires ice melting arctic and talk to greenland and so on. we might be lucky and it kind of plateaus for a while and we get we can get our act together in terms of cutting emissions but we can't know that for sure what we but it's definitely at a point where it's becoming much more real and as elizabeth said that these effects all becoming very real right now in a number of countries so we haven't got any time to waste mina let's bring it back into the discussion we had because we're told that indicators like meat production and meat consumption global tree loss as well as fossil fuel consumption a collectively telling us much more i mean how important are those factors in the overruled picture do you think. well i do think that we need to look at this in terms of who is actually causing much of the emissions problem has been a history do it in this is why in the climate change convention in the barras agreement there is a common but differentiated responsibility that developed developing countries talk about and they talk about eq
greenland because it brings jobs they need to completely change that way of thinking and think about green jobs jobs going to benefit the community insulating houses putting in green infrastructure that kind of thing. environmental activists talk about the planet elections because the next government will be in charge of climate policy behalf of the coming decade within which the un says the world must act if it's to avoid the worst effects of climate change there are signs of progress in may m.p.'s declared a climate and environment emergency in response to protests by the activist group extinction rebellion and the swedish teenager gretta tom burke legislation now also commits. the u.k. government to achieve net 0 carbon emissions by 2050 it's great that we're with now got this no 0 target in law when there's a question of whether it could be met sooner but the real danger is is that we're not meeting the targets we've currently got so if a next year in 2020 we're not due to me that at this stage and what we really need to see now the policy is put in place to meet those targets an
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