Tomorrow, Tuesday September 11th, women leaders from across the US and around the world will share their stories and analysis at the 'Women's Assembly for Climate Justice: Women Leading Solutions on the Frontlines of Climate Change' in San Francisco.
The march was organised to take place ahead of the September 12-14 Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco, in which political, social and business leaders from around the world will meet to discuss worldwide commitments to fight climate change.
Sept personnes agressées au couteau à Paris
L'un d'entre eux, Hamani, a décrit ce qu'il s'est passé pour BFMTV: "Il est passé à dix mètres de moi avec son couteau". Lundi en fin d'après-midi, sur un total de sept blessés, quatre étaient toujours en état d'urgence absolue.
"We need real leadership in the fight against climate change and the current administration in Washington is failing".
There were hundreds of coordinated marches and events today in more than 90 countries to demand action on the issue of climate change.
En plein clash contre Alain Chabat, Cyril Hanouna se ridiculise sur Twitter…
Une fin de non-recevoir signée Alain Chabat , dans Le JDD , dimanche 9 septembre. " Je le dis sans violence et sans haine ". Une autre bonne raison pour Cyril Hanouna, qui avait reçu le "Gérard du pire animateur" en juin , d'avoir le seum.
WHY: The stories of global women are perhaps the most pressing, yet under-reported stories of the climate crisis. It is imperative that their experiences and expertise are centered in the context of the Global Climate Action Summit and related events, and in all media, policy, and decision-making.
More than a dozen local community groups are holding an event called "Miami Rising For Climate, Jobs and Justice". It was part of a national day of action ahead of California Governor Jerry Brown's Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco next week.
Barack Obama urges voters to mobilise against the 'politics of fear'
National Republican Congressional Committee Chairman Steve Stivers said Friday that Obama's campaign events will help Republicans. Douglas Award for Ethics in Government, named for the longtime US senator from Illinois.