The 24th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP24) brought together around 200 countries to continue the worldwide initiative to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
In December 2018 the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change met in Katowice, Poland for the most important and substantive round of climate negotiations since the 2015 outcome which delivered the Paris Agreement.
Leaders from nearly 200 countries, including the United States, are at a big climate conference in Poland...read more
Two Americas are represented at the United Nations’ COP 24 climate negotiations in Poland...read more
At the annual United Nations climate conference in Poland, the United States is, to say the least, a country divided...read more
Hundreds of U.S. states, cities, businesses and churches planted the American flag at the U.N. climate talks...read more
Days before the state of the next round of UN climate talks, leaders from We Are Still In and new climate coalitions in Japan and Argentina shared their expectations for COP 24 with international media on a global press call. Representatives from U.S.
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In the midst of Climate Week NYC, more than 40 musicians declared today that they are ‘still in’ on action to meet the U.S. climate goals of the Paris Agreement. In voicing their support for the We Are Still In movement, the U.S.
Two years ago, California and the federal government were close partners in the battle against climate change...read more
Momentum Builds as States and Businesses Detail Emissions Reduction Strategies
Fast Company: U.S. cities, states, and businesses can nearly hit the Paris Climate goals–without Trump
When Trump announced plans to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate agreement in 2017, hundreds of businesses immediately...read more