Update #6 ·

Big news from the US and China!

A reason to celebrate: The US and China will both sign the Paris Agreement on Earth Day!

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A new day for the planet began on Earth Day. That's because April 22 was the first day that countries could officially sign the historic Paris Agreement to fight climate change. Millions spoke up to make the agreement a reality – now let's speak up again to thank world leaders and keep the momentum for solutions going.

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In December 2015, representatives from 195 countries across every corner of the world reached a landmark global agreement to reduce greenhouse gas emissions that could avert a climate catastrophe. And on April 22 – Earth Day – UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is hosting a signing ceremony in New York. It's a chance to celebrate a new direction for the planet and for world leaders to publicly…

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The threat of climate change has never been more urgent. With 14 of the 15 hottest years on record occurring this century and impacts from rising seas to extreme weather striking in every time zone, our challenge has never been clearer. But with proven and practical solutions like wind and solar energy becoming more affordable by the day, neither has the way forward. This is the year we come…

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