Sat Jul 8, 2017 1:59PM
Protesters walk with placards during the Hamburg zeigt Haltung (Hamburg shows dignity) demonstration on July 8, 2017 in Hamburg, northern Germany as world leaders meet during the G20 summit. (Photo by AFP)
Protesters walk with placards during the Hamburg zeigt Haltung (Hamburg shows dignity) demonstration on July 8, 2017 in Hamburg, northern Germany as world leaders meet during the G20 summit. (Photo by AFP)
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The Paris climate agreement is relatively meaningless in light of the fact that the United States, in possession of a military bigger in size than the next 10 countries of the world combined, is responsible for a “massive amount of world’s pollution” through its large-scale military endeavors, says a Norway-based author and commentator.

"The G20 meeting is really designed to save the global capitalism," John Steppling told Press TV on Saturday.

Steppling said he was concerned that the "global war on climate" would not bring about a "very far reaching impact."