Michael Jacobs

Global Commission on the Economy and Climate

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Senior Advisor to the Global Commission on the Economy and Climate, and key author of the Commission's "New Climate Economy" Report

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Hundreds of thousands of protestors flooded the streets of Manhattan yesterday to demand action from heads of state at tomorrow’s Climate Summit at the United Nations.

Combating Climate Change: Activism and the Call for Actual Action

Hundreds of thousands of protestors flooded the streets of Manhattan yesterday to demand action from heads of state at tomorrow’s Climate Summit at the United Nations.

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