Many Americans do not seem disturbed at the prospect of nations, including the U.S., going it alone.
On June 5, 1947 America's greatest peace adventure got started with a speech by Secretary of State George C. Marshall. It was a commencement address at Harvard University. It set in motion a masterful plan to rebuild Europe from the ashes of World War II.
If, in 200 days, your suggestions and proposals are persuasive enough to convince the world to invest massively in the birth of the new Ukraine, you will have helped to make Ukraine another Poland or another Czech Republic. You will have heeded the call of your brothers and sisters and opened to them the doors of Europe.
How stakeholders communicate about climate change has long been framed by who's doing the framing as much, or more so, than the information being communicated. So I am forever curious how various stakeholders -- believers, skeptics and deniers alike -- are talking about it and who, if anybody, is "moving the needle" in either direction.
The moment more fans reject that paradigm and hold the league accountable will be the moment things will finally change for the better. In a more diverse and tolerant America that increasingly rejects for-profit bigotry, that moment is coming sooner rather than later.