State Sovereignty and Climate Change

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Brazil's president Jair Bolsonaro faced international criticism for his government's response to the fires that are raging across the Amazon, a vital resource in the fight against global warming. The Agenda's panel discusses whether state sovereignty is an outdated concept when it comes to fighting climate change, and if more action is needed to stop countries that put the environment at risk.
Episode:
Sovereignty and Climate Change; Extreme Weather
Aired:
Sep 09, 2019
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