Laurent Fabius, il ministro degli Esteri francese che ha riassunto gli interessi particolari di 195 stati nel più rilevante accordo sul clima dai tempi di Kyoto.
La sua storia e la storia di questo successo su Wired.
On day nine of the now-completed Paris climate talks, a negotiator from the small island nation of East Timor made a modest proposal: If the climate deal was signed, he would nominate Laurent Fabius for the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize. The East Timoran diplomat was half-joking, but not at the French foreign minister's expense. As president of this high level UN meeting, Fabius was responsible for translating 195 nations worth of desires, disputes, and compromises into a document to save civilization from climate change.
And, spoiler: He pulled it off.