How Costa Rica’s environment minister talks to his daughter about climate change
When his daughter suggested a futuristic machine that would suck carbon out of the air, Carlos Manuel Rodríguez said the world already had one: the tree.
Samantha Sault is a writer in Washington DC and Geneva who focuses on the geopolitical intersection of trade, travel, and culture. She has written for The Weekly Standard, The Washington Times, and Policy Review, and she’s the author of Moon Washington DC, a travel guidebook published by Hachette Book Group. Previously, she was vice president of communications for the U.S. Fashion Industry Association, which works to eliminate trade barriers and provide trade intelligence to global brands and retailers. Her work can be found at www.samanthasault.com.