Two new UN reports document the huge discrepancy between action and words as governments prepare for COP 25 next week in Madrid
Scientists have a moral obligation to speak out about the worsening climate crisis. Over 11,000 of them have just done exactly that.
The Canadian government wants to build a controversial pipeline. In return it has offered to plant 2 billion trees. It’s a bum deal.
The climate crisis is intensifying. Governments seem powerless to take forceful action, even as millions of people take to the streets demanding action. Yet we know how to end this crisis. Why isn’t it happening?
Twenty fossil fuel companies are responsible for a third of all greenhouse gas emissions over the last 50 years. But why change the business model when it’s so profitable?
0North America’s birds are dying at a rate that’s alarming ornithologists. Since the 1970s, the continent has lost 3 billion birds,
September 27, 2019, saw massive street protests by students and young people across the globe. Will this anger and frustration translate into government action?
As the New York Climate Summit comes to an end, it seems that only Greta Thunberg made an impact.
Individual and community action at the local level is hugely important. But is it enough? Governments make the big moves. We need to vote for the political party that takes forceful action on the climate crisis.
A second special report from the IPCC highlights the global degradation of land resources, and how climate change is exacerbating food insecurity, drought, and desertification.