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One year later, cities, states and businesses are stepping up to maintain progress.
Sudan, the last male northern white rhino is dead at the age of 45. Now, only two females remain on the planet.
"The world is looking for bold leadership at every level to tackle climate change and environmental conservation issues," the actor says.
But the species has an uncertain future ahead.
A new project in Kenya hopes to protect animals during their most vulnerable time of day: night.
Business and government hold a lot of power for change, but it is important to remember that they are in service to people
"At some point the earth is going to say 'enough.'"
But with less than two months left in his presidency, there is an understandable interest in assessing President Obama's
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We are often told that the United States is more divided now than at almost any time in our history. If you're following the presidential election, it's easy to see what they mean. And it's not just in America.
Clearly my mother had not respected their customs when she threw ours away and I think I must return to atone for that sin
The Paris summit must establish greater global solidarity with the poor and vulnerable across the world, but especially in developing countries, particularly vulnerable island states and less developed countries.
I've never seen anything like it. According to the goose mantra, every moment is to be cherished, savored, revered. They may experience sadness over the loss of a mate or gosling but long-term depression seems to have no place in their realm.
Will climate change by itself break the global food system in the next 10 to 15 years? That's unlikely. But add population growth, failed states, armed conflict and political instability to the mix and the picture starts looking a lot more combustible. Places that are already grappling with other strains may well be driven over the edge by climate-induced food price spikes.
Carbon reduction pledges going into the Paris negotiations will get us about halfway to where science says we need to be to avoid the worst effects of climate change. Focusing on forests can help bridge that gap.