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But while those moves have engendered some opposition among conservative advocacy groups and lawmakers even prompting one economic adviser to quit Trump has also said that some allies may be exempted from the tariffs and that they may be a negotiating ploy. and culture. blame Republicans for their own problems. government reported Friday that the gap between how much the United States imports from China and how much it exports reached a record level in the first six months of 2018.And it is not clear whether normal diplomatic channels are working, Some are better than others.C. at the end of the month Many likely Republican presidential candidates including Fiorina Jeb Bush Rick Perry Ted Cruz Bobby Jindal and Rand Paul are scheduled to speak at the event Write to Tessa Berenson at [email protected] Sister Simone Campbell is the executive director of NETWORK A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby and author of A Nun on the Bus: How All of Us Can Create Hope Change and Community I was more than heartened by yesterday’s announcement that the Vatican’s investigation and oversight of the US Catholic nun’s group the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) was coming to a close two years earlier than expected Thankfully the final report presented in Rome by officials of LCWR and the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith powerfully affirmed the ministry of Catholic sisters in this nation and ended an unneeded investigation that had fostered painful divisions within our church The report affirmed what we already knew and what Pope Francis has eloquently and repeatedly pointed out namely that authentic dialogue rather than confrontation is the source of peace-building and reconciliation Within the report we also heard more about how US sisters are valued not only because of how we carry out our ministries but also because there is a deep hunger in this nation for the spiritual nourishment Catholic sisters provide That was made clear to me personally during the past few years when our "Nuns on the Bus" campaigns traveled thousands of miles coast to coast to speak out for federal budget decisions that help people in need immigration reform Medicaid expansion and more During our journeys we were met by thousands of people eager to show their support and to hear what we sisters have to say about the intersection of faith and social justice My hope for the future is that we sisters will continue to be faithful to the love and gratitude we have received from across this nation When two investigations of US sisters were announced (this one and the "Apostolic Visitation" which was concluded in a similarly hopeful fashion a few months ago) we received a deluge of support from every corner of the country We were overwhelmed at times by what we heard and experienced but also needless to say deeply grateful We now know that people do understand the value of what we do when we stand in solidarity on a daily basis with people at the margins who must contend with many forms of injustice economic racial and so many more We stand together and work to overcome injustice because that is the Gospels call That is what our faith demands I hope that the value of dialogue will be recognized throughout our church and world That means dialogue from the beginning not just dialogue that comes about after a period of confrontation or misunderstanding We would welcome with gratitude an opportunity to explain who we are and how our actions are a faithful response to what the Gospel calls us to do That said I am personally profoundly grateful for the closing of this recent painful chapter in our churchs history I am also thankful for the opportunity to live out my faith as a woman religious knowing that our mission to take the Gospel of love and inclusion into the world has been once again affirmed Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsThroughout the past year countries around the world have announced individual commitments to cutting carbon dioxide emissions in hopes these cuts will keep global temperatures from rising more than 36F (2C) by 2100 With research showing the pledged emission cuts aren’t anywhere near enough to avoid dangerous climate change experts say cities and other sub-national governments will be responsible for making up the difference The good news is that emissions from cities represent more than 70% of energy-related carbon dioxide emissions and local leaders often have more autonomy to enact regulationsautonomy they are willing to exercise Earlier this month cities across the US and China announced commitments to curtail their own emissions by a total of 12 gigatons of carbon dioxide annually (For perspective the entire US emits between 5 and 6 gigatons each year) And last week states provinces and other regions from Quebec to South Australia announced voluntary commitments to cut carbon emissions leading to a 79-gigaton reduction by 2030 “Cities have a capability to execute” said Jules Kortenhorst the CEO of the Rocky Mountain Institute an energy think tank “Mayors are both powerful and grounded in reality” Indeed many climate and energy experts have turned to cities precisely because mayors can often take action in ways that national governments cannot In the US President Barack Obama has seen efforts to institute a cap-and-trade system thwarted and regulations on power plants challenged in court But at the state level California enacted a cap-and-trade system in 2006 cut greenhouse gas emissions and still managed to grow the economy “Even without national legislation countries can make great progress if leadership comes from other places” former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said in an address during the city’s Climate Week On Monday Bloomberg announced the creation of an umbrella organization to combine the efforts of the Compact of Mayors and the Compact of States and Regions two previously separate organizations aimed at cutting emissions at the sub-national level Earlier this week Bloomberg said the Compact of Mayors had obtained commitments from more than 175 cities that are collectively home to more than 250 million people While city programs can only address emissions in a narrow geographical area policy experts say those efforts can lay the groundwork for future national efforts China for instance experimented with cap-and-trade programs in seven cities before announcing the creation of national system last week Other cap-and-trade systems in places like California and the European Union may be used as models for future international systems Later this fall while negotiators from national governments around the world work to hammer out a climate deal in Paris policymakers for state and regional governments will also be meeting to construct their own agreements on how to reduce carbon emissions “Even if the average commitment of governments are [low] a number of local authorities think they can do better” said French Climate Ambassador Laurence Tubiana who is helping lead the Paris conference “Thats positive” Write to Justin Worland at [email protected]’s Back to the Future day and the Canadian government has decided to get in on the fun In honor of the pop culture holiday Canada has released an official recall notice on the DMC-12 model DeLorean Doc Brown’s famous time traveling vehicle from the 1980s movie series faulting a problem with the car’s time travel abilities “On a certain DMC-12 car converted into a time machine a defect in the flux capacitor could lead to inability to travel through time while travelling at 88 miles per hour (1416 km/h) and may increase energy consumption beyond 121 gigawatts” the release reads referencing the speed at which the movies’ DeLorean can travel to the future “This could have disastrous consequences” Before you send your own time traveling DeLorean back to the manufacturer however make sure to read Canada’s update to the recall: “Correction: Doc Brown will affect repairs” Andrea Moritz manager of media relations with Ottawa-based Transport Canada which released the recall said that this isn’t the first time the division has timed a recall or notice with a theme pointing to Santa Claus news releases “We always try to have some tweets that are topical and in line with something that’s trending and informative” she told TIME “When the team was brainstorming we thought it would be fun” The response to the recall has been “overwhelmingly positive” Moritz said “People think it’s funny and appreciate that the government has a sense of humor” Write to Tanya Basu at [email protected] KG Subramanyan, more than a dozen women.