Highs (and lows) from the Dublin Climate Summit

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By David Callaway, Callaway Climate Insights

(David Callaway is founder and Editor-in-Chief of Callaway Climate Insights. He is the former president of the World Editors Forum, Editor-in-Chief of USA Today and MarketWatch, and CEO of TheStreet Inc.)

DUBLIN (Callaway Climate Insights) — I’ve covered more than my fair share of presidents, prime ministers and other world leaders in 40 years of international journalism. Here in Ireland, I covered the peace process in the mid-1990s leading up to the Good Friday Agreement that ended ‘The Troubles,’ now threatened by Brexit.

Still, I was looking forward to meeting and interviewing Irish Taoiseach Micheal Martin last week at our Dublin Climate Summit when my ancestral Irish luck ran out en route to Ireland and I tested positive for Covid (mild case) on arrival. . . .

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