the debt g7 nations owe to college students - 10 missing green curricula which should be free to community engage in online C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 -2021/2 shared resources on roads to/from glasgow- ecop26.com economistdiary.com japanthanks.com xglasgow.com - 1billion girls at abedmooc.com
links nations commitments
what sorts of solutions do you want: educational ... ai/tech connected . circular modeling.... trillion dollar audits transparency of market purpose . gzero movements ...other investment benchmarks- eg will 300 trillion dollar wester pension funds ever make sdg investments asset grade?.. other cop connected.. other un connected .
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  • Desert Cities: DC1 -desert ports UAE expo friends; DC2 cities connecting ASU : phoenix &c40 tucson; & amazon smart cloud cities - phoenix, san luis obispo, busan - osun climate bard.city
  • cities connecting global climate adaptability vienna ceu/ki-moon; brac dhaka
  • cities connecting seattle microsoft hub ai earth
  • cities connecting arctic circle boston tufts - thinkinbeijing; singapore . london bbc paul rose; british embassy climate champions..
  • collaboration cafe cities - glasgow-london .bronx. brooklyn. dhaka
  • big debates: unilever carbon rainbow twitter 1..
    resource platforms - IRENA
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    Wednesday, December 16, 2020

     will https://www.fsb-tcfd.org/ turn out to be big business green new deal with all the peoples


    how can we make climate urgency issue not just of elites but lives matter movements - black/brown scholars of environmental sciences

    lammy totnes backbench mp real hero- see lammys tedtalk

    climate understanding by us gov also racial/colonial igorrance problem

    who are the other players of wilson debate


    esg at wilson center.oefg

    truth is good and bad climate decisions are hyper local

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    give black and brwon communities as much power to make local decisions as whites - nd we probably wouldnt have dirty emissions


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