This Week in Build Back Better

Maggie Q Delivers Warm Welcome to Global Citizen Live LA |Global Citizen Live
Citizens from all over the globe gathered online and at concert venues to raise money to fight climate change and poverty. The 24-hour live-streamed event “united artists, activists, world leaders, and corporations on Saturday, Sept. 25. And with more than $1.1 billion, 157 million trees, and 60 million COVID-19 vaccine doses announced thanks to partnerships between government, philanthropy, non-governmental organizations, and the private sector Global Citizen Live engaged everyone on the importance of defending the planet and defeating poverty.”

The consistent message to world leaders preparing to meet on October 30th in Rome was that they should plan for urgent response and large investments across the globe to mitigate the impacts of climate change on the world’s population, food supply, and wildlife. Our own Congress is debating the Biden administration’s proposed Build Back Better legislation to take bold action against climate change and poverty by investing in clean energy, modern transit, bridges, and human infrastructure now. See the video link below to hear more about the #GlobalCitizenLiveConcert