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The "alarmed" now outnumber the "dismissive" nearly four to one.
Grist · 18 Oct 2020
Out of control wildfires in Siberia have torn through an area larger than Greece so far in 2020, Greenpeace Russia has said, imploring authorities ...
The Independent · 22 Jul 2020
Unusually high temperatures in region linked to wildfires, oil spill and moth swarms
Human cost of climate crisis will hit harder and sooner than previously believed, research reveals
The Guardian · 5 May 2020
Today our civilization is global. Our health crises are global. Our climate crisis is global. Our financial crisis is global. Our economic crisi...
YouTube · 3 May 2020
The government should be more radical and put in place serious policies to fight the climate crisis with the same urgency as it has to coronavirus,...
The Independent · 17 Apr 2020
Going inward and working with, understanding, and just ‘being' with our thoughts and feelings allows us to cultivate the ability to respond to situ...
Emerge · 25 Feb 2020
The coronavirus has wiped out at least a quarter of China’s emissions of damaging greenhouse gases in the past two weeks, scientists have found. Me...
The Independent · 24 Feb 2020
I hear the following more often than I would like from some of my fellow educators: “My students can’t or won’t discuss climate change. They’re too...
Literary Hub · 9 Feb 2020
Activists say Democratic climate proposals won’t be able to pass until lawmakers put a stop to oil companies are trying to rebrand themselves
The Guardian · 9 Jan 2020
The Australian bushfires are apocalyptic enough to stoke anyone’s climate-crisis fears. But we were happy to see our friend and colleague Kather...
THE ALTERNATIVE UK · 5 Jan 2020
Cheaper fares as Deutsche Bahn passes on to customers the government’s cut on VAT
The Guardian · 5 Jan 2020
As a case in the US alleges links between tech companies and child miners in Congo, the Guardian’s global environment editor assesses the dangers o...
The Guardian · 19 Dec 2019
Rising demand and climate crisis threaten entire mountain ecosystem, say scientists
The Guardian · 10 Dec 2019
Climate experts ‘bewildered’ by government ‘burying their heads in the sand’, and say bushfires on Australia’s east coast should be a ‘wake-up call’
The Guardian · 7 Dec 2019
Catastrophes such as floods, cyclones and fires caused by the climate crisis have driven millions of people from their homes every year for a decad...
The Independent · 3 Dec 2019
A thawing Antarctica, a transforming Amazon, and other devastating changes may be more likely than scientists previously believed
WIRED UK · 1 Dec 2019
With the UK expected to suffer from water shortages by 2050, toilet manufacturers are turning to low-water alternatives. But do people really want ...
WIRED UK · 24 Nov 2019
Students began campaigning in 2012 for both universities to stop investing in oil and gas companies that contribute to climate crisis
The Guardian · 24 Nov 2019
‘We’re in a deep hole over the climate crisis and we need to stop digging,’ warn experts
The Guardian · 22 Nov 2019
Climate activists celebrated Thursday the decision of the European Investment Bank to stop funding most oil and coal projects by 2021
In what is being touted as the UK's first 'climate election', Aliya Yule argues it's up to the Labour party to put forward the strong vision requir...
Novara Media · 13 Nov 2019
Head of Scotland’s railway calls for vastly increased investment in future-proofing network
The Guardian · 8 Nov 2019
Humans did not always see themselves as he separate from the natural world. If we are to reverse its decline, we must re-entangle ourselves with it.
The Conversation · 7 Nov 2019
With vast swathes of the planet quite literally on fire, 71% of Britons agree climate crisis is a more pressing issue than Brexit, writes Eleanor P...
Novara Media · 3 Nov 2019
Only 110 of 30,000 who receive invites will take part in event over four weekends next year
The Guardian · 2 Nov 2019
California Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a statewide emergency as "unprecedented high-wind events" fueled more than a dozen wildfires.
EcoWatch · 29 Oct 2019
An international group of scientists released a report today detailing how the fossil fuel industry actively campaigned to sow doubt about the clim...
EcoWatch · 22 Oct 2019
It’s finally here to buy - Rob Hopkins’ From “What Is” to “What If”: Unleashing the Power of Imagination to Create the Future We Want . As the pie...
THE ALTERNATIVE UK · 20 Oct 2019
The U.K.-based social movement for climate action could be on the way toward winning its ultimate goal — system change.
Truthout · 20 Oct 2019
At the core of the climate crisis lies the continued funding of fossil fuels and at the core of that lies one company; BlackRock, a $6.5 trillion a...
Vimeo · 19 Oct 2019
New data shows how fossil fuel companies have driven climate crisis despite industry knowing dangers
The Guardian · 16 Oct 2019
"Most detailed report ever" on the state of the UK's wildlife.
EcoWatch · 6 Oct 2019
Hundreds of young people from countries around the world have their own ideas about how to solve the climate crisis.
Insider · 2 Oct 2019
'You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words,' climate activist Greta Thunberg has told world leaders at the 2019 UN climate a...
YouTube · 24 Sep 2019
#ClimateStrike founder rejects argument that climate action is too expensive: "People in power do not lack money"
Salon · 23 Sep 2019
Major CBS News poll released as part of Covering Climate Now, a collaboration of more than 250 news outlets around the world to strengthen coverage...
The No Logo author talks about solutions to the climate crisis, Greta Thunberg, birth strikes and how she finds hope
‘Perverse’ payments must be redirected to measures such as capturing carbon, report says
Exclusive: Citizens’ assemblies and a Green Investment Bank among key planks of election bid
The Guardian · 15 Sep 2019
As the climate crisis escalates, we must develop strategies for living while recognizing the contradictions at hand.
Truthout · 3 Sep 2019
While focus has slowly grown on the fires ravaging the Amazon rainforest in Brazil, it has emerged an even greater number of fires are currently bu...
The Independent · 30 Aug 2019
National ‘green legacy’ initiative aims to reduce environmental degradation
The Guardian · 30 Jul 2019
The Washington, DC region received a month's worth of rain in one hour Monday, leading to the most severe flooding in the area in recent years, The...
EcoWatch · 11 Jul 2019
Research shows a trillion trees could be planted to capture huge amount of carbon dioxide
The Guardian · 5 Jul 2019
Right to life is likely to be undermined alongside the rule of law, special rapporteur says
Governments have abrogated responsibility with woefully inadequate policies, says letter
Human civilisation as we know it may have already entered its last decades, a worrying new report examining the likely future of our planet’s habit...
The Independent · 5 Jun 2019
From now, house style guide recommends terms such as ‘climate crisis’ and ‘global heating’
The Guardian · 21 May 2019
Our guest in this episode is Charles Eisenstein, the author of "Sacred Economics" and his most recent book "Climate: A New Story". Charles explores...