Pudding from the new local desert place what has just opened up from my local coop
Great quality 👼👼👼
Boost milk shake
Cherry Bakewell tray bake
Caramel crunch tray bake
Salted caramel and toffee with with chocolate crisps and a super cone
Crunchieee cheese cake with cream dip
The precise moment - captured on a screen with my phone from the journalists’ den at the Paris climate talks in 2015 - when 195 world leaders announced they had reached a global accord to stem the rise of greenhouse gases. As nations prepare to gather in Germany next month, with the U.S. representing a decidedly different position this time, it’s valuable to remember how hard it had been to get this far.
1. From left, French climate ambassador Laurence Tubiana, who led what @natgeo writer Rob Kunzig called “the greatest cat-herding project in history;” Christiana Figueres, #UNFCCC secretary; and French foreign minister Laurent Fabius got China, India, and the U.S. to commit to trying to keep temperature rise below 1.5 degrees - after 20 years of trying and failing. The agreement is voluntary, but sent a clear signal to energy markets and investors that the world was turning away from #fossilfuels . And, it still is. It remains to be seen whether we can make the transition fast enough to avoid the starkest consequences, but the shift to renewable energy is happening, no matter what the new U.S. administration claims. The question is, when our diplomats get behind closed doors in Bonn next month, do they simply step aside, or work to undermine this progress? We’ll see.
2. The press room where 6,000 reporters and editors, including me, worked around the clock for 16 days. 3. The “country columns” outside the makeshift city where the talks were held. Each was adorned by a national flag. It made for a surprisingly powerful path into work each day. To be continued ... shot #onassignment for @natgeo .