Manhattan is for the hard-bodied, the hard-minded, the multitasker, the alpha mamas and papas. A perfect place for self-empowerment—as long as you’re pretty empowered to begin with. As long as you’re one of these people who simply do not allow anything—not even reality—to impinge upon that clear field of blue.
These are my most recent stories while covering the COP12 of the Convention on Biodiversity in Pyeonchang, ROK. From ocean acidification to indigenous rights, it’s been eye-opening to learn about so many issues in such a short period of time and to meet people who care so much about the future of our planet.
Global economy to lose billions without action to stop ocean acidification, UN report warns —-> Retweeted by Ed Norton (!)
As if we needed more reasons to get serious about protecting health of ecosystems: http://t.co/tBJO9LAHnn— Edward Norton (@EdwardNorton)October 8, 2014