Special Envoy Kerry Barnstorms In Europe To Demonstrate U.S. Climate Commitment

Special Envoy Kerry Barnstorms In Europe To Demonstrate U.S. Climate Commitment

On Monday, 🇺🇸 @ClimateEnvoy John Kerry was in London to meet with 🇬🇧 allies ahead of #COP26 later this year. We asked Sec. Kerry to tell us more about how we’re working together to strengthen the global effort to combat the climate crisis. pic.twitter.com/qr1A28Fwhs — U.S. Embassy London (@USAinUK) March 10, 2021 Special Presidential Envoy […]

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US Climate Negotiator Back For More: Sue Biniaz

US Climate Negotiator Back For More: Sue Biniaz

As Former Secretary of State John Kerry looked to assemble an all-star team to support him in his new Climate Special Envoy role, there was one person he wanted by his side — Sue Biniaz.  The Former Deputy Legal Adviser at the State Department, who left the agency after the Trump administration took office, knows the Paris Agreement inside and out.

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Women Are Powering the Environmental Justice and Climate Change Movement click button

Women Are Powering the Environmental Justice and Climate Change Movement

Today we celebrate International Women’s Day by profiling six women who are leading the global and U.S. movement to advance climate change solutions, protect nature and lift global ambition to achieve the sustainable future we need for today and the future.  These women are breaking barriers, moving governments, and holding the private sector accountable to take more aggressive actions.

Why Women Matter:  While women are advancing the dialogue, there should be many more women at the table. 

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The Paris Agreement at 5: The Road To Paris — the Origins of the Agreement

The Paris Agreement at 5: The Road To Paris — the Origins of the Agreement

This Saturday, December 12, the United Nations and the U.K. will host a Climate Ambitions Summit to commemorate the Paris Agreement’s fifth anniversary and encourage countries to commit to more ambitious actions. This week ODP will take a deep dive into the Paris Agreement — today we recap its origins.  By Monica Medina and Ashira […]

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