Team China explains how they plan to reduce CO2 emissions during a mock UN climate summit held at the former Frost Museum of Science in Coral Gables. “Before this workshop I put a lot of the blame on China but I didn’t really think about how the U.S. is relying on them,” said Brianna Cineus, 16, a junior at William H. Turner Technical High School.
Team China explains how they plan to reduce CO2 emissions during a mock UN climate summit held at the former Frost Museum of Science in Coral Gables. “Before this workshop I put a lot of the blame on China but I didn’t really think about how the U.S. is relying on them,” said Brianna Cineus, 16, a junior at William H. Turner Technical High School. Caitlin Granfield For the Miami Herald
Team China explains how they plan to reduce CO2 emissions during a mock UN climate summit held at the former Frost Museum of Science in Coral Gables. “Before this workshop I put a lot of the blame on China but I didn’t really think about how the U.S. is relying on them,” said Brianna Cineus, 16, a junior at William H. Turner Technical High School. Caitlin Granfield For the Miami Herald

Mock U.N. climate summit engages students in global warming debate

December 07, 2015 01:56 PM

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