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On Christmas day, the world lost one of the giants of the ecology and climate field. Dr. Tom Lovejoy managed to unite his many years of rigorous scientific research on biodiversity with climate activism, while giving back to his family and friends. I was inspired by both his work and his friendship.Keep reading
As we near the end of the year, there is reason to reflect on other times of hardship and dislocation. We have reasons to seek perspective and to ponder, with gratitude, the many people today who are seeking to find the humanity in our unresolved problems.Keep reading
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Tom Lovejoy’s guests at Camp 41 over New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day 2004-2005. To get there you had to drive for hours from Manaus, then take a right and drive more than two hours down an untreated trail—what I called “the longest and most remote driveway in the world.” Susan is in the pink shirt and Tom Lovejoy is standing next to her with binoculars around his neck. See this and other photos in our photo gallery.
How Ike Led
Susan Eisenhower’s new book How Ike Led examines the principles behind Eisenhower’s biggest decisions.
Few people have made decisions as momentous as Eisenhower—from World War II to the early years of the Cold War. He was a man of character, a principled leader who embraced accountability and worked tirelessly to forge unity of purpose.
How Ike Led shows us not just what a great American did, but why—and what we can learn from him today.
“It’s an Inspirational Book”
Robert M. Gates
U.S. Secretary of Defense 2006–2011
“A Well-Written Reflection”
Henry A. Kissinger
U.S. Secretary of State 1973–1977
“A Must Read”
Daniel B. Poneman
CEO of Centrus Energy Corporation
Former Deputy Secretary of Energy
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