Ever wondered how Roger Clemens felt as he was about to throw the first pitch of the World Series? Or how Elizabeth Gilbert felt right before taking the stage for her legendary TED talk (today with 9.65 million views and counting)? Or – in another time and with the stakes much bigger – how the hundreds of thousands of protesters felt in 1963 heading to DC for the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom?
If you’re a climate activist looking ahead to the talks on a global deal to meaningfully limit emissions happening at the UN’s COP21 meeting in Paris, you’ve got an idea. After years of hard work and preparation, the decisive moment has arrived, the world is watching, and it’s time to deliver.
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