A look back at what we accomplished—together
The carbon footprint of the world’s one billion poorest people represents just 3 percent of the global total. Yet as climate change advances, poor communities are hardest hit. Not only do we have a responsibility to avoid doing harm to others, we must help them adapt.
In Ethiopia, an uncertain climate discourages people from growing food, but access to training and financial resources helps farmers become self-sufficient.
Leaders in northern Cambodia are committed to protecting the environment for future generations.
Families in Ethiopia struggle to survive a near-constant state of drought, and conflict.
Instead of walking away, the US should bridge borders and stand up for the right to a livable planet for all.
“If we’re not brave now, there’s not going to be a world to be brave in later.”