The United Nations Secretary General is pressing the U.S. Senate to take action on climate change.
Ban Ki-Moon visited the senators on Tuesday, but got a little push back.
Key senators are making it clear that a climate bill is unlikely to pass this year.
The Houston Chronicle reported global warming legislation could kill jobs in refining, manufacturing and other industries.
Lawmakers say any bill would have to walk a fine line between helping the environment and helping people keep their jobs.
Meanwhile, weather experts say the U.S. just experienced its third coolest October on record.