The chorus of “Nye” is now playing on CNN as the White House announces that Obama will address the United Nations General Assembly at 3:00 p.m.
The president will make a brief announcement in the Rose Garden.
Here are some highlights from CNN’s livestream of the event.
The White House says the U.S. will join the international community in “uniting against the scourge of global warming.”
The speech will be delivered via the “Nova” app, a new platform for U.N. diplomacy.
This new app was designed to streamline the flow of diplomacy and diplomacy through a streamlined platform that focuses on the issues and priorities that matter most to the United States.
“We will never stop fighting for the survival of our planet,” Obama said at the time of his first State of The Union speech in 2013.
“It’s time for the world to get serious about addressing climate change, and we’re going to fight hard and we are going to win.”
The app, which was created with the help of the Obama administration and has received approval from the White Houses Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs, allows U.C. Berkeley and Harvard to stream live video from the U:U campus, the campus of MIT and the U of M, the campuses of Oxford and Cambridge, the Kennedy School and Harvard Law School, and other locations.
“The goal of the app is to provide the world with more real-time access to U:Us,” White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said in a statement.
“This will be a significant step forward in providing a platform for global dialogue, and the app will provide a new way to access the voices of U.NS. members across the globe.”
The app will also enable U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron to deliver his speech at the United Nation on climate change.
Earnest said the U.:U campus will stream the speech on a separate channel for the president’s address to the U., but the U!
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“President Obama has been the champion of climate change and a champion of science,” Earnest added.
He has said that the Paris Agreement is the greatest gift the world has ever received and will change the world for the better.”