Here’s What Happens Without the Paris Agreement


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Here’s What Happens Without the Paris Agreement

With the US withdrawing from the landmark agreement to fight climate change, the global consequences could be severe. Here are five things that happen now.

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17 Stunning Photos of What Happened This Week

From this festival in Spain to continued violence in Venezuela, these photos show the colorful celebrations and protests that took place around the world last week.

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Nordic Leaders Epically Trolled Trump

While the prime ministers of Norway, Sweden, Iceland, Finland, and Denmark met up to discuss the Global Goals, they also took a photo that looks a little familiar.

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Church Was Destroyed by ISIS – and Rebuilt by Muslims

After an attack in Mosul, Iraq, Muslims in the area came together to help rebuild the Christian church – and shared one simple message.

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11-Year-Old in Florida Forced to Marry Her Rapist

This is happening. In the US. In 2017. In fact, every state in the country currently has exceptions that let children get married before 18 — but could this case be a turning point?

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Muslims in New York Staged the Best Protest Ever

During Ramadan, these Muslims resisted in the most peaceful way – by breaking their fast and praying in front of Trump Tower.

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Hillary Clinton Just Dropped This Truth About Poverty

Speaking to her alma mater, the former secretary of state made an important point about poverty that needs to be heard by everyone.

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We Can’t Abandon the Paris Climate Agreement

The science is indisputable – and the US can’t turn back on the progress made under the Obama administration to fight climate change. Put pressure on the US government now.

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About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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