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Secretary John Kerry delivering remarks at the Yale Club yesterday during New York Climate Week.
Yesterday on CBS’s Face the Nation former Secretary of State John Kerry announced a new global movement called World War Zero. Kerry explained to Margaret Brennan that “we will be announcing this in full with big names, a big concept that is going to help change the political dynamic in America, it’s going to create political accountability around the world for leaders who are not doing what is necessary.”
If you’re up early this morning (6 AM EDT) you can catch the Secretary on MSNBC’s Morning Joe where he will reveal more details about World War Zero. Also, be sure to check out the exclusive Bright Ideas op-ed that Secretary Kerry wrote for us over the weekend where he called on all generations to do their part to act on climate change.
Yesterday at the annual meeting of the United Nations General Assembly, Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged to achieve “carbon neutrality before 2060” with the aim of hitting peak emissions before 2030. China had choice words for the Trump administration and its complete lack of international leadership on climate change action. Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Wang […]
The world’s richest one percent cause more than double the CO2 of the poorest 50% according to a new study from Oxfam. From 1990 to 2015, CO2 emissions rose by 60%; experts saw the wealthiest one percent’s emissions rise three times more than those of the poorest half during that period.
Why this matters: While the wealthiest indulge in luxuries that contribute more to climate change, a federal report found that the poor will be among the earliest victims of climate crises and will be impacted the most.
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