Ambitious, curious, compassionate. Andrés counts working with the 2008 Obama campaign as his political highlight, and he has worked on countless campaigns since. He has worked internationally as well, doing a stint as a child labour prevention program in Nicaragua. Born in Mexico, Andrés this Canadian works with the student union at the University of Waterloo. Andrés writes for The Verb because he wants to influence the UNFCCC process through specialised media coverage by bringing the stories that matter most to the people who can effect change. He writes on education, Canada, and Latin America.
Thousands marched in the streets of Marrakech, Morocco on November 13, as ministers began to arrive for the high-level segment of the climate change negotiations. Local and global activist groups
On Thursday, the third day of the Paris climate summit, the energy and optimism infused by the heads of state opening session was blunted by the reality that parties still