Ten years after the release of former Vice President Al Gore’s landmark documentary, “An Inconvenient Truth,” 3p’s Tom Schueneman takes a moment to thank Gore for changing his life.
Author: Thomas Schueneman
As people around the world celebrate Earth Day and world leaders gather in New York to sign the Paris Agreement, 3p’s Tom Schueneman explores how a sustainable future may look.
Of course it’s no surprise that the world’s most wealthy and powerful people use whatever means at their disposal to protect their wealth. On the other hand, the Panama Papers leak is a stark reminder of the need to align our values with our functioning global economy if there is any hope of achieving our higher aspirations.
“We want to be clear … that the court’s decision does not overturn the policy or decide its legal merits,” John Coequyt, who heads up climate campaigns for the Sierra Club, said in a telephone press conference on Thursday.
The Paris Agreement and SDGs integrate the highest aspirations of the world community, defining the path for a world in transformation. Every sector of global society is called upon to be part of the process. For CEO Michael Meehan, engaging this multi-stakeholder approach is the foundation for the future of GRI and sustainability reporting in the context of our transformative economy.
In a speech on Wednesday in Paris at the COP21 climate conference, Secretary of State John Kerry announced that the U.S. will double its funding for climate adaptation.
A report by Greenpeace adds more evidence to a pattern of climate deception from fossil fuel companies, prompting calls for a systematic investigation.
A slightly slimmed down draft was released at COP21 on Thursday morning. With progress comes ongoing contention over climate finance and loss and damage.
SPECIAL SERIES: In Our Sights: a Signed Climate Commitment in Paris
Before we get ahead of ourselves theorizing how we move forward in case of failure in Paris, we should first ask what success looks like.