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White House Action on Climate Change  and Global Response

Washington, D.C.  Last November, President Obama stood in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing alongside Chinese President Xi Jinping — and made history. The leaders of the world’s two largest economies — and two biggest emitters of greenhouse gases — surprised the global community by jointly announcing their plans to combat one of the biggest threats facing the world […]

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Ban-ki Moon Designates Leonardo DiCaprio U.N. Messenger of Peace

New York, N.Y.  United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has designated Academy Award-nominated actor and committed environmental activist, Leonardo DiCaprio, as a U.N. Messenger of Peace with a special focus on climate change. “Mr. DiCaprio is a credible voice in the environmental movement, and has a considerable platform to amplify its message,” said Mr. Ban. “I […]

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At Hunter College NYC: Speaking Up For Elephants

New York, N.Y.  The world is facing a crisis with one of its most precious, charismatic and beloved resources. Elephants are being slaughtered and driven to extinction. The brutality of the killings and the numbers are staggering. Almost 39 tons of illegal ivory was seized in 2011 (thought to be only 10% of what was […]

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Thich Nhat Hanh’s New, Passionate Love Letter to the Earth

Paris, France.  At this very moment, the Earth is above you, below you, all around you, and even inside you. The Earth is everywhere. You may be used to thinking of the Earth as only the ground beneath your feet. But the water, the sea, the sky, and everything around us comes from the Earth. […]

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Jim Luce on Water

$10 Million Pledged to “A Child’s Right” to Launch Russell Clean Water Initiative Clean Water for China’s Orphanages Although there are many basic human rights, the right to clean water is a must. Also: Pinterest – Issues – Clean Water  Water Management. Recognizing the importance of clean water, many Rotary clubs help to install wells and […]

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Clean Water for China’s Orphanages

Washington, Seattle. Embracing the simple concept, “every child has a right to clean water,” the Washington State-based non-profit organization A Child’s Right is about to make an enormous announcement: it has received approval and funding for outfitting every single orphanage in China with clean water filtration units. “This means, simply, that every institutionalized orphan in China will have clean […]

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