The struggle for binding agreements on climate change a social justice battle of Wilberforce dimensions? I’ll let readers decide.
Our moment of opportunity came and then went, and here we are now, the fate of civilization and of millions of the planet’s life forms hanging by the frayed thread of inaction,” she wrote. She situated herself in the tradition of Christian leaders who have fought for social change, including British abolitionist William Wilberforce and Canadian suffragette Nellie McClung.”
Brigitte can’t control herself, she’s stuck ROFL: ANDREA!!! You’re killing me!by