Climate Parliament

The Climate Parliament is a global network of legislators working to inform and mobilise Members of Parliament and Congress to take action on the climate emergency. We focus particularly on the small number of MPs who are ready to exercise leadership in their parliaments on this issue.

CP’s work focuses on climate ambition, energy access, large-scale renewable energy, green grids and sustainable transport. We organise international face to face and virtual parliamentary roundtable meetings on different aspects of the climate agenda. Leading experts brief the legislators, and recommendations for parliamentary action are discussed. MPs learn about the successes and targets of other countries, and then work to encourage their own governments to move faster. 

Visit the Climate Parliament website.

The Abraham Path

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.

To learn more about the Abraham Path visit the Abraham Path website, or watch William’s Tedx Talk: The Walk From No to Yes.

The Third Side

No more critical challenge faces each of us, and all of us together, than how to live together in a world of differences. So much depends on our ability to handle our conflicts peacefully—our happiness at home, our performance at work, the livability of our communities, and, in this age of mass destruction, the survival of our species.

The Third Side offers a promising new way to look at the conflicts around us. The Third Side is the community—us—in action protecting our most precious interests in safety and well-being. It suggests ten practical roles any of us can play on a daily basis to stop destructive fighting in our families, at work, in our schools, and in the world. Each of our individual actions is like a single spider web, fragile perhaps but, when united with others, capable of halting the lion of war. Although the Third Side is in its infancy in our modern-day societies, it has been used effectively by simpler cultures for millennia to reduce violence and promote dialogue.

Visit the Third Side website.