ProfilesOfParisProfiles of Paris is a collection of narratives bringing together international leaders and changemakers to offer unique views on how the Paris Agreement was achieved and what lessons can be drawn for the future.

It is being launched on the eve of the 1-year anniversary of Donald Trump announcing his intent to withdraw the US from the Paris Agreement: May 31 0000 EST / 0500 UK / 0600 CEST.

It is an initiative of Global Optimism, a purpose-driven enterprise focused on social and environmental change. Its initiatives include Mission 2020 and Profiles of Paris, and it was co-founded by Christiana Figueres and Tom Rivett-Carnac.

Sister Jayanti, Director of Brahma Kumaris, has been active in the climate negotiations since 2009.  Her profile can be seen at: https://profilesofparis.com/profiles/ as Jayanti Kirpalani.

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zDSCN8596A Collective “Meditation for World Peace” program was organised by Brahma Kumaris Borivali Subzone centres at Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Borivali east on 22nd April 2018.  About 1300 students of Brahma Kumaris took part in this meditation and created a powerful atmosphere.

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z2A meditative walk on the theme - "Angel's Walk" was organised at Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Borivali, Mumbai on 3rd Dec 2017. The objective was to serve nature and people by spreading vibrations of positive thoughts.

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Bonn2018 2This report includes:

  • presentation of BK action in climate change mitigation
  • WCCB INterfaith co-ordination meeting
  • Living the change initiative
  • Workshop linking data and aggregation deliverables
  • Earth witness side event
  • Centre for climate change meeting

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Report BonnSB48 final 1This meeting, held April 2018  in Bonn, was for Civil Society members to discuss and reflect on climate change and human rights.  The participants considered ways in which the states who had signed the Paris Agreement could be encouraged to deliver on their undertaking.  This meeting was to prepare the strategies available.  The Talanoa dialogue was employed.  The indigenous peoples and the faith-based communities took part.  The impacts of the efforts of each country were gamed with significant results.

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For the first time in the history of the world, every human being is now subjected to contact with dangerous chemicals, from the moment of conception until death.