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he co-hosted the summit with the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres and World Bank President Jim Yong Kim Macron a 39-year-old former investment banker now needs to help lock in government and private climate financingthe major theme at Tuesday’s gathering In addition Macron has insisted he will continue trying to persuade Trump to change his mind on climate changeand that he retains an open dialogue with the US President Macron told TIME in his interview last month that he had not invited Trump to Tuesday’s summit which was organized “to gather all the different countries strongly committed to this [climate] agreement” Macron said then that Trump would not be invited “except if you get this big announcement coming from himself that he has decided to join the club" On Tuesday a spokeswoman for Macron said in an email to TIME that the Elysée Palace had been “open to invite President Trump but after discussion with the US administraion they told us that the good level for sending an invitation was the US Embassy in France” The embassy’s chargé d’affaires Brent Hardt attended the meeting Trump’s decision could deepen a shortfall in public funding for the Paris Agreement by halting billions of dollars that had been earmarked for climate change A study by the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development or OECD predicts rich governments will invest about $67 billion in climate change by 2020only two-thirds of what they promised under the Paris Agreement What is more it says public financing is more predictable than private-sector money “Mobilised private finance in 2020 cannot be projected with the same degree of confidence as public finance” says the OECD On Monday evening Macron announced 13 scientists would relocate from the US to France under a public-grant program that he launched immediately after Trump’s decision in June He titled the effort “make our planet great again” a not-subtle dig at the US President encouraging environmental researchers to come work in Francein an effort to position the country as a key location for climate change particularly in terms of financing Last month the EU voted to move the European Financial Agency from London to Paris once Britain leaves the union boosting Macron’s attempts to make the French capital a major financial centerincluding for climate financing Contact us at editors@timecomThe Newsroom is over but Aaron Sorkin’s critique of the media is not Writing in the New York Times the screenwriter says that any reporter who is reprinting information released in a massive hack of Sony computers–seemingly as retaliation for The Interview a Seth Rogen comedy about an assassination plot against the leader of North Korea–is “morally treasonous and spectacularly dishonorable” Sorkin as he admits is an interested party: he’s writing a movie about Steve Jobs that’s the subject of some of the e-mails I don’t hold that against him though He’s wrestling with a genuinely tough disturbing subject one that when you start chasing down precedents and what-ifs can make a hypocrite of just about anyone who argues it Including me: just this year I argued against people watching the execution videos released by ISIS A beheading video was “a deliberately filmed murder a grisly performance meant explicitly to be shared for effect” I wrote “Watching them literally completes their purpose” But I wouldn’t argue against reporting that the ISIS executions happened And like all analogies this one breaks down on closer inspection A hacked company e-mail is not the same as a murder is not the same as a stolen nude selfie The Sony hack was (at least apparently) meant to expose and to punish; it’s another kind of violation and intended for media consumption Journalists reporting on it are indeed doing the work the hackers wanted them to do But they’re not simply posting raw hacked data wholesale They’re applying judgment–not always correct judgment but judgment nonetheless–and deciding what part of the information constitutes news You might not think a Hollywood salary dispute say is important news but if it were reported through normal means no one would bat an eye at it So the real question here is: does information that otherwise would be considered news suddenly become Not News because it’s given to you by bad people through bad means for bad reasons To answer we need to ask to borrow a journalistic cliché who what where when why and how Or at least four of them: How: How did the Sony data come out Because someone stole it plain and simple What’s not plain and simple is whether that makes it off-limits It would be nice if there were a plain and simple rule and that’s what Sorkin tries to set arguing the legal standard of “the fruit of the poisoned tree” But… When: Stolen info is not always off-limits as he later notes: it wasn’t in the case of the Pentagon Papers–or for that matter in the main storyline of The Newsroom‘s final season in which the ACN crew held fast to their right to report an international-news story leaked by a Snowden-esque government whistleblower Dean Baquet the editor of the New York Times has said that the Sony data is “not the Pentagon Papers” and yet “we have used documents surfaced by others” Reporters do traffic in stolen information and report on communications they’re not supposed to have access to The question is when: Which brings us to… What: In other words is any of this material legitimate news Would we consider it newsworthy if it were obtained by other means Certainly a lot of the details the press has been picking over have been little more than gossip (Then again so is a lot of Hollywood news not obtained through stolen e-mails) But whether or not you think that executives’ racist jokes about President Obama are the equivalent of the Donald Sterling scandal it’s hard to claim in the same year as the Sterling news that they’re not news at all And if it’s important–indeed scandalous–that someone may be trying to punish a studio for offending North Korea how is it not news (as the New York Times reported using the e-mails) that that same studio asked filmmakers to change their movie to avoid offending North Korea in the first place And if it isn’t… Why: The critiques of reporting the data come down to the motives of the hackers If (as is possible though not definitive) they stole the documents to punish artistic expression should news organizations have a higher bar because the source has bad motives Should there be a lower bar for publishing stolen information from a whistleblower with good intentions And who decides which intentions are which News outlets decided that the information from the Edward Snowden leaks–also called “fencing stolen goods” by some–was important enough to publish Snowden claimed patriotic motives–but what if he didn’t Say he provided the exact same information but did it with the express intention of bringing about the downfall of the United States Would the same information suddenly become off-limits because of the mindset of the person who provided it That last question is the one that finally bothers me I agree the press shouldn’t be complicit in airing snuff films disseminating stolen nude pictures reprinting the Social Security numbers of people who work for a targeted company I agree that “We can and other people will do it if we don’t” isn’t a good reason to run a story “We’ll get a lot of traffic from it” is even worse From all we can see the Sony hack was a vile act done for vile reasons But I’m also disturbed by the idea of the press deciding who’s stealing information for the right reasons and for the wrong ones and adjusting its definition of news accordingly In the end the right question to ask–at least journalistically–is “Would this be news if we got it under other circumstances” News judgment isn’t easy and it can often be wrong But I’d rather have news outlets judging news than judging their sources Contact us at editors@timecom then man up and find the stones to fire him.Friends is back" a Yahoo representative told TIME in an email. 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