Now, this is the Google Search of the Day! 49 years old Connie Hedegaard, member of the Danish Conservative People’s Party and minister for Climate and Energy has been appointed European Commissioner for the Climate.
The EU didn’t have a commissioner of the climate before. According to Barroso her job will be to retain the leadership role of Europe in global efforts to reign in greenhouse gas emissions that cause global warming. It will include the tasks and responsibilities of the former Commissioner for the Environment.
Her Google quote of the day is noteworthy too:
“Governments from all over the world are delivering before the climate conference. US and China have come forward. All across the globe, things are moving. This is good news”
Good luck, Connie.
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