John Kerry to talk climate change at MIT

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry confronts a stiff wind as he walks away from a National Science Foundation helicopter on November 11, 2016, after flying to Cape Royds in Antarctica to visit Ernest Shackleton's hut during a tour of U.S. research facilities around Ross Island and the Ross Sea, and a visit to the McMurdo Station as the Secretary sought to learn about the effects of climate change on the Continent. [State Department Photo/ Public Domain]
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry confronts a stiff wind as he walks away from a National Science Foundation helicopter on November 11, 2016, after flying to Cape Royds in Antarctica to visit Ernest Shackleton's hut during a tour of U.S. research facilities around Ross Island and the Ross Sea, and a visit to the McMurdo Station as the Secretary sought to learn about the effects of climate change on the Continent. –State Department Photo / Glen Johnson

US Secretary of State John F. Kerry will deliver a climate-change speech at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Monday, according to an invitation obtained by the Globe.

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