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  • Meme of the Week
  • The Middle East Collaborates to Fight Climate Change
  • New Job Opportunities
  • Win of the Week: Hasbro Named One of the Most Just Companies in America
  • Bummer of the Week: Corporate Fraud is More Common Than You Realize

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Article of the Week

The Middle East Comes Together to Fight Climate Change

We all love a good enemies-to-lovers story, right? You’ve Got Mail, The Proposal, Pride and Prejudice. Don’t even get us started on Jack Nicholson and Dianne Keaton in Something’s Gotta Give. Damn that Nancy Meyers.

Well, something similar is happening in the Middle East right now.  Live footage of us right now:

Just kidding, it’s not like that at all. BUT Israel and Arab countries are collaborating to fight climate change together. These once adversary parties have formed several agreements that have resulted in effective climate change action.


Examples include:

  • The Watergen Deal, which produced dozen of water production units in commercial and government buildings throughout the United Arab Emirates
  • Plans to generate hydrogen power in Morocco
  • Plans for Jordan to sell solar power to Israel in exchange for fresh water


Maybe instead of an enemies-to-lovers story, it’s more like when opposing sides come together to fight an even bigger enemy, like when Thor and Loki put their rivalry aside to fight scary Cate Blanchett.

The Middle East is already planning to have a strong showing at next year’s COP28. The way that these nations (which again, were mortal enemies) are collaborating has set a powerful example for the rest of the world.


We like to imagine it more like Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks falling in love over secret emails instead of an all-out fight for the future of humanity against scary climate change, but we’ll take what we can get.

  


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