Men Are Causing the Climate Crisis. Women Have the Solutions

Studies show women make decisions that are more ecologically responsible and have a smaller carbon footprint than men

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Barack Obama had his final conversation as U.S. president with German Chancellor Angela Merkel sometime after the U.S. election in November 2016. In the book he published two years later, Obama’s close adviser Ben Rhodes reveals something of the content of that conversation. Merkel related that she had considered resigning as chancellor already then, in 2016, when her third term ended, but after Donald Trump was elected, she was pressured not to leave the world bereft of her leadership.

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