199 nations are publishing climate promises & demands to each other - which do you like best - eg france after 2040 ban on selling gas /diesel cars
breaking news: GREEN BIG BANG CLUB: Governor Won Hee-Ryong of Korea's independent region Jeju Island is inviting a sixth of the world's people to become carbon zero by 2030- his preference is for regions of half a million people to join his benchmarking club on how to do this - jeju also accepts immigration from anyone bringing enough green resources - it was host of the first summit hosted outside china on the futures' sustainable investment banks attended by 80 nations delegations
Governor Won interviews futurists - series 1

Interview with Won Hee-Ryong, Governor of Jeju Provincial Government

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Thursday, October 5, 2017

A Net-Zero Future That Leaves No One Behind

The shift toward a world with net-zero carbon emissions will spur new jobs and build robust communities. A truly just transition will ensure that our fossil fuel-free future does not exclude anyone from the many economic opportunities it will create. In our latest video, B Team Leaders and our partners from the Just Transition Centre offer their thoughts on how we can build equity into the irreversible transition to a clean energy economy. From pensioning fossil-fuel workers to redeploying the skills of the workforce, they offer a blueprint for private and public sector leaders to build a fair future. 

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Climate Week NYC Highlights Unstoppable Action 

Businesses, governments and cities reaffirmed their unshakeable commitment to the Paris Agreement at the opening ceremony of Climate Week NYC 2017. Virgin Group Founder Richard Branson and ITUC General Secretary Sharan Burrow represented The B Team, focusing on the need for more innovation in building more climate resilient communities, and the imperative of ensuring workers are not forgotten in the shift to a clean energy economy.
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