April 22nd is annually celebrated as "Earth Day" and what a better way to celebrate this wonderful day then with the signing of the Paris Agreement. This treaty, which will ultimately reduce global warming in our lifetime, was signed by more than 177 UNFCCC (United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change) members at the UN on Earth Day.
The United Nations threw a large and lavish party at its headquarters in New York on Earth Day, the opening day of the signing ceremony for the world's new climate agreement. About 170 heads of state and government representatives came to inscribe their names, in alphabetical order by country, in the General Assembly Hall.
The main priority - a humanitarian one - must be to save the refugees. In practice, this means avoiding three consequences of the current crisis: people drowning in the Mediterranean sea, the people-smuggling racket and makeshift camps like the 'Jungle' in the French city of Calais from popping up all over Europe.