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  • Service, not power, should be the measure of leadership

    By on September 10, 2022

    During last year’s COP26 U.N. Climate Change conference in Glasgow, Queen Elizabeth II called on leaders “to join in the shared objective of creating a safer, stabler future for our people and for the planet on which we depend.”

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  • A Talanoa Dialogue for Global Women in All Their Diversity

    By on September 6, 2022

    A Talanoa Dialogue is a fierce and honest sharing around a particular issue. In this case it would be about climate ambition and solutions-oriented conversations from the perspective of women in all their diversity.

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  • Pakistan faces catastrophic flooding driven by climate change

    By on September 1, 2022

    Muhammad Raza Qazi—a citizen volunteer climate advocate in Pakistan who is personally involved in relief efforts—reports the floods are causing damage on a scale not seen in living memory, with millions rendered homeless, nearly a million livestock lost and millions of acres of crops swept away and destroyed.

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  • US law creates fiscal space for climate action

    By on August 16, 2022

    The Inflation Reduction Act is the most consequential climate legislation ever passed by the United States Congress. It will deliver more funding to climate solutions and resilience than any single policy action in world history. It is projected to reduce global heating emissions from the United States 40% by 2030.

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