Former President Bill Clinton, Founding Chairman, Clinton Global Initiative; 42nd President of the United States, speaks at the 2015 Meeting of Clinton Global Initiative University at the University of Miami on March 7, 2015 in Coral Gables, Florida. The 2015 Clinton Global Initiative University meeting encourages students to take action on some of the Millennial generations biggest concerns such as the future of energy, the power of big data to address global challenges, and peace-building in the Middle East and North Africa.
Former President Bill Clinton, Founding Chairman, Clinton Global Initiative; 42nd President of the United States, speaks at the 2015 Meeting of Clinton Global Initiative University at the University of Miami on March 7, 2015 in Coral Gables, Florida. The 2015 Clinton Global Initiative University meeting encourages students to take action on some of the Millennial generations biggest concerns such as the future of energy, the power of big data to address global challenges, and peace-building in the Middle East and North Africa. Roberto Koltun El Nuevo Herald
Former President Bill Clinton, Founding Chairman, Clinton Global Initiative; 42nd President of the United States, speaks at the 2015 Meeting of Clinton Global Initiative University at the University of Miami on March 7, 2015 in Coral Gables, Florida. The 2015 Clinton Global Initiative University meeting encourages students to take action on some of the Millennial generations biggest concerns such as the future of energy, the power of big data to address global challenges, and peace-building in the Middle East and North Africa. Roberto Koltun El Nuevo Herald

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