As Strategic Demands’ editor reflects on half a century of climate work, beginning with Rep. George E Brown-(D) East LA, key drafter of the first National Climate Act in 1978, the climate science message we advanced decades ago is now, at last, coming into the spotlight. But is it too late?
Category: Paris Agreement
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It is a day for movers and shakers, December 12, 2015. The Paris Agreement on climate change commits almost 200 nations of the world to work toward a shift from fossil fuels to renewables and, in effect, reduces the full-costs/true-costs of fossil-fueled economies, energy conflicts and lost opportunities. The future is closer today