Security at COP21 in Paris was robust and ever present, due in large part to fear of a repeat of the terrorist attacks on November 13 in Paris and St. Denis. But some protesting the lukewarm climate talks believe that security was also aimed at quelling dissent.
In this Thanksgiving season of loosely woven traditions about Native Americans, the photography of Edward Curtis is a welcome relief and “one of the most impressive historical records of Native American life at the beginning of the 20th century.”
Some of the greenest political cartoonists have cast a skeptical eye toward the annual United Nations global climate conferences. Their common theme, the powerful neglect the less so, is a wake-up call to the COP 21 conference attendees — both governments and NGOs.