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Trump’s executive order threatens US’ disaster prevention efforts: experts say

Trump’s executive order threatens US’ disaster prevention efforts: experts say

Experts have once again warned that U.S. President Donald Trump’s recently issued executive order to sweep away Obama administration’s climate change regulations could endanger efforts to build resilience to potential natural disasters.

Oxfam America’s climate change policy manager Heather Coleman and many other experts have warned that Trump’s executive order would make it harder to for government to cap global temperature increase to 1.5 degrees Celsius.

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Sending humans to Mars will require public-private collaboration: Obama says

Sending humans to Mars will require public-private collaboration: Obama says

Reiterating the United States' goal to send humans to Mars by the mid-2030s, President Barack Obama stressed that achieving that goal would require public-private collaboration.

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World leaders hail endorsement for Paris climate agreement

World leaders hail endorsement for Paris climate agreement

U.S. President Barack Obama and other world leaders have hailed the news of the endorsement for the landmark Paris pact on climate change, which will enter into force on Nov. 4, 2016.

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Facebook messages can now be officially sent to President Obama

Facebook messages can now be officially sent to President Obama

In a highly noteworthy announcement made via a press release on Wednesday, the White House said that people can now officially send private messages to President Barack Obama through the White House's Facebook page.

Revealing that Facebook’s Messenger messaging tool can be used by people for sending private messages to President Obama, the White House said the Facebook messages will be included in the communication which is considered for the 10 personal letters that are read by the President each day.

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Study: Chinese hacking of US government and corporate networks has declined

Study: Chinese hacking of US government and corporate networks has declined

According to a study carried out by the iSight intelligence unit of cybersecurity firm FireEye, there appears to be an evident decline in Chinese hacking of corporate and government networks in the US as well as in other countries.

The study conducted by FireEye – the cybersecurity firm which manages large network breaches – is the first in-depth study of Chinese hacking after a last-year agreement between US President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping to crackdown on cyberespionage to curb intellectual property theft.

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Obama, Modi reaffirm commitment on climate agreement

Obama, Modi reaffirm commitment on climate agreement

US President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi have reaffirmed their commitment to reaching a strong agreement on climate change.

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California Gov. Brown Shows His Support for Obama’s Paris Climate Summit Goals

California Gov. Brown Shows His Support for Obama’s Paris Climate Summit Goals

Jerry Brown, governor of the third largest state in the United States, is heading to show his support for US President Obama’s goal for the Paris climate summit, which is going on in Paris.

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Bride and Groom get picture clicked with President Obama

Bride and Groom get picture clicked with President Obama

It was a moment of getting stunned for Stephanie and Brian who were getting married at Torrey Pines Golf Course. They did not know that President Obama was also present there for playing golf. The couple was aware that Obama was in San Diego playing golf, but were not aware that he would be in the same place.

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Obama announces plans to build world’s fastest computer by 2025

Obama announces plans to build world’s fastest computer by 2025

Barack Obama, the President of the United Sates, has announced plans to construct the world's fastest computer by the year 2025.

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Obama administration stresses on need to address decline in honeybee population

Obama administration stresses on need to address decline in honeybee population

President Barack Obama's administration has stressed on the need to address the issue of drastic decline in honeybee population, saying it impacted a crucial workforce in the U.S. that accounts for nearly $15 billion worth of production annually. As per plans of President Obama, it's very important to address the issue of dealing with the massive decline in bee population. Obama administration is calling for attention of the lawmakers and the local authorities on the issue. A new survey has showed that loss of 42% has been witnessed in honeybee colonies over the past year.

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