How do you get a different perspective or break through inner obstacles? How to negotiate your teenager’s curfew or perhaps a raise at work? Find inspiration here, helping you get to Yes in all areas of your life.
William Ury has dedicated his life’s work to negotiation, mediation, and conflict resolution. Best-selling author of Getting to Yes and Getting to Yes with Yourself (HarperCollins, 2015), Ury is actively involved in projects that promote peace on a personal, family, business, community, national, and global level.
The Abraham Path is a cultural route celebrating a journey made 4,000 years ago by Abraham and his family. The path retraces the cultural memory of that journey based on the power of Story, Walking and Hospitality. The path is a work in progress, literally growing step by step in various regions throughout the Middle East.
The purpose of the Abraham Path is to inspire hope for humanity. You can support the initiative by walking along the path, by sharing your journey, and/or by giving financial support.
The Climate Parliament is an international cross-party network of legislators, dedicated to preventing climate change and promoting renewable energy. We support parliamentarians to undertake initiatives at national and regional levels to help accelerate the global renewable switch at the speed and scale required.
Time is running out: we need legislative action now, on every continent. The Climate Parliament is linking up concerned legislators around the globe.
Through national parliamentary groups, international meetings and Internet outreach, we’re pressing for both public and private investment to switch the world’s power supply to renewables – before it is too late.
The Climate Parliament has been supporting MPs in their work on renewable energy for over five years, and has established a network of legislators from across Asia, Africa and Europe, all dedicated to tackling climate change. We believe that a fully decarbonised global energy supply can provide access to clean, reliable energy for all – all that’s required is the political will to make it happen.