The top climate official at the United Nations has described her role in pushing nations to contain the Earth's shifting climate as a "sacred" job."We are truly defining the quality of life for our children,""I fully intend my grandchildren and great-grandchildren to be able to live on this planet. This job is a sacred responsibility..."Cumulatively we have already invested over a trillion dollars into renewable energies such as solar and wind but that is still far from where we need to get. We need to be investing a trillion every year," Figueres said.
UN Climate Chief Christiana Figueres laments U.S. democracy is ‘very detrimental’ in war on global warming — Lauds one-party ruled China for ‘doing it right’ on climate change
Flashback 2012: UN climate chief Christiana Figueres seeks ‘centralized transformation’ that is ‘going to make the life of everyone on the planet very different’