U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines Philip Goldberg delivers remarks at his swearing-in ceremony with Secretary Kerry. Watch the full video from the ceremony here.
Are you interested in starting your own business? Find out government and the private sector are working together to promote global entrepreneurship in an exclusive Q&A with Priceline cofounder Jeff Hoffman Thursday at 11:00 EST: www.facebook.com/usdos Start asking your questions now!
|—||Join U.S. Embassy Manila in support of typhoon relief efforts. For more information on how you can help, watch this video.|
Secretary Kerry, Secretary Hagel, Australian Foreign Minister Bishop, and Australian Defence Minister Johnston participate in a wreath laying ceremony at the Tomb of Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia.
Info on the above visualization from the NASA Hyperwall: Dust (red), sea salt (blue), organic/black carbon (green), and sulfates (white) displayed by their extinction aerosol optical thickness.This simulation used GEOS-5 and the Goddard Chemistry Aerosol Radiation and Transport (GOCART) Model.
Interested in learning more about aerosols? Tune in on Friday, November 22, at 11am CET to the U.S. Center for a presentation by NASA scientist Bruce Doddridge.
On my very first trip to Kabul as secretary of state, I met Roya Mahboob, and she’s changing Afghanistan. Roya is chief executive of the software development firm Citadel. Roya is chief executive of the software development firm Citadel. She’s one of Afghanistan’s most successful Internet entrepreneurs.
“You have to show everybody that men and women are equal,” Roya told Newsweek last year. “Women can do something if you allow them. Give them opportunity and they can prove themselves.”
|—||Secretary Kerry on Afghan Women in OpEd in Politico.|
COP-19 starts back up in Warsaw, Poland today!
Don’t miss our discussion today on President Obama’s Climate Action Plan at 7:30am ET with whitehouse Council on Environmental Quality Chair Nancy Sutley, EPA Deputy Administrator Bob Perciasepe, Jonathan Pershing of the Department of Energy, and Kit Batten of USAID, moderated by World Resources Institute President Andrew Steer.
You can participate in the events at the U.S. Center by asking questions on Twitter using #AskUSCenter. Events will be live-streamed at http://www.ustream.tv/uscenter and you can check out the latest schedule on the U.S Center Tumblr.