The Paris text was a political fix in which grand words masked inadequate deeds. The voluntary national emission reduction commitments since Paris now put the world on a path of 3.4°C of warming by 2100, and more than 5°C if high-end risks including carbon-cycle feedbacks are taken into account. The Paris outcome
A CUNY report suggests that some 500,000 people could leave Puerto Rico following the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria. One month after the hurricane, 80% of the island remains without power, approximately 1/4 of its residents lack access to clean drinking water, and access to medical care is severely curtailed.
Reporting both live and virtually from Bonn, Germany, The Global Festival of Ideas launched its three day revolutionary “playable conference” today with word that it’s not too late for you to chime in. The “Playable Conference” is mixing digital platforms, ‘trialing’ new ideas and fostering innovative collaborations to catalyze heretofore
End extreme poverty. Fight inequality and injustice. Fix climate change. In just 17 steps. Over the course of 15 years. Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is 17 aspirational “Global Goals,” which are also referred to as the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). There are 169 targets
One day before the huge November 29 Climate March in Paris, Place To B throws open its doors to create a new way of looking at the world through “green glasses.” There is still space for you to be one of the 600 participants in this one-of-a-kind scramble of journalists,
The Peoples Climate Movement Day of Action this Wednesday is one of largest events in climate activism as we approach the end of what is perhaps the most significant year in the history of environmental activism. With large October 14 actions in cities and towns across the United States, PCM