What’s this all about?
Stopping and reversing climate change is the only universal problem across our planet. As pressing as other issues may seem, each pales in comparison or may actually get worse if we don’t band together to fix the warming of our Earth.
While individual countries are working to improve the climate, the main source of accountability are the global climate negotiations – where the data, ideas, and proposals all get aired out, hashed out, and sometimes tossed out. This newsletter is an attempt to understand and explain what’s happening at the U.N.’s climate negotiations and what’s at stake.
I’ll be posting reports on the COP28 climate negotiations in Dubai, U.A.E. every day for two weeks, starting November 30.
I used to be a policy staffer at the U.S. Department of Energy. I’ve also been a political consultant, a political reporter, and I’m an M.B.A. who has started, operated, and sold a few small companies. Putting those things together, I’m trying to research, explain, and document the details of improving our climate in ways the average person can understand.
Questions? Drop me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org