US Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday the evidence for climate change was beyond dispute but it was not too late for international action to prevent its worst impacts.
Residents wade through floods in Majuro Atoll, the capital of the Marshall Islands, on February 20, 2011. US Secretary of State John Kerry has said the evidence for climate change is beyond dispute but it is not too late for international action to prevent its worst impacts.
"The science is clear. It is irrefutable and it is alarming," Kerry told a climate conference in Majuro in the Marshall Islands in a video address from Washington.
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