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Sydney Peace Prize

10 Things You Can Do About Climate Change, According To The Shepherds Of The Paris Agreement

Christiana Figueres once credited the Buddhist teacher Thich Nhat Hanh with helping her shepherd 192 countries from blaming to collaborating, from paralysis to empowerment in the Paris Agreement. Now Figueres and her strategic advisor, former Buddhist monk Tom Rivett-Carnac, have penned a book

Hong Kong’s struggle is ours too. It’s a wake-up call to defend all basic human rights, no matter where in the world violations may occur.

The young activists’ aspirations – to assemble peacefully, to speak freely, to not be persecuted – are a universal cause. Why do the Hong Kong activists matter to us? Because their cause is universal. Aerial images of vast crowds flooding the streets of the skyscraper-studded island are

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