This Sunday’s “People’s Climate March” in New York City could be the biggest demonstration yet for action on climate change. The march is scheduled to coincide with the United Nations Climate Summit, which begins two days later. Despite the advance… Read more ›
This is from the New York Times. They often do not allow comments, however we do. In a three-story warehouse in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn, hundreds of people are working to turn the People’s Climate March planned for… Read more ›
‘I will link arms with those marching for climate action,’ says UN secretary general The secretary general of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, is to join a public march calling for action on climate change this weekend. “I will link… Read more ›
A week before major UN talks on climate change, EPA extends comment period for rule to cut carbon pollution from plants Barack Obama applied the brakes to the most critical component of his climate change plan on Tuesday, slowing the… Read more ›
The nearly 15,000-ft-high Matterhorn mountain, located in the Alps on the border between Italy and Switzerland. Left: August 16, 1960 at 9.00 am. Right: August 18, 2005 at 9.10 am.
Northwestern Glacier. With few exceptions, glaciers around the world have retreated at unprecedented rates over the last century.
Sunday will see the biggest march against climate change in the planet’s history. But as we parade through the streets of New York, it will look — and sound — different than the big mass gatherings of the past century,… Read more ›
Next Sunday’s event in New York City is already being pre-billed as “the largest climate change demonstration in history.” My hope is that anyone who can get here will help make it impressively so, if for no other reason —… Read more ›
Following an excessive heat warning, the Los Angeles Unified School District cancelled outdoor sporting activities for Monday and Tuesday, while over 100 schools in San Diego had shortened days to protect students from high temperatures. Around 120 schools in the… Read more ›
NEW YORK — The United Nations has named Leonardo DiCaprio a UN Messenger of Peace with a special focus on climate change. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon made the announcement Tuesday, calling DiCaprio “a credible voice in the environmental movement.” He… Read more ›
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On Monday, outside of the Fall River Justice Center near the border of Rhode Island, Bristol County District Attorney Sam Sutter addressed a gaggle of eager reporters gathered for what they thought would be a multi-day hearing for two men… Read more ›
Will the planet reach a point where its climate is significantly different from what has existed throughout human history, and if so, when? In an interview with Yale Environment 360, biogeographer Camilo Mora talks about recent research on this… Read more ›
Nairobi/Geneva, 10 September 2014 (UNEP/WMO) – The Earth’s protective ozone layer is well on track to recovery in the next few decades thanks to concerted international action against ozone depleting substances, according to a new assessment by 300 scientists. The… Read more ›
In this April 3, 2014 file photo giant machines dig for brown coal at the open-cast mining Garzweiler in front of a smoking power plant near the city of Grevenbroich in western Germany. The U.N. weather agency says carbon dioxide… Read more ›
In New York, smart street design helped the city have its safety and its speed, too A big reason for opposition to bike lanes is that, according to the rules of traffic engineering, they lead to car congestion. The metric… Read more ›
People in Maryland love their Baltimore orioles — so much so that their Major League Baseball team bears the name of the migrating bird. Yet, by 2080, there may not be any orioles left in Maryland. They migrate each year… Read more ›
Traditional methods for fighting global warming have proven fruitless. It’s time for the people to take a stand The politics of climate change are shifting. After decades of halfhearted government efforts to stop global warming, and the failure of the… Read more ›
A new day has dawned, and with it, a new draft of a new United Nations report on climate change has leaked unto the world. Like the turning pages of a calendar as one draws closer to death, the report… Read more ›
Climate scientists from across the globe feature in our 97 Hours of Consensus campaign addressing one of the most significant and harmful myths about climate change. Each hour, beginning at 9am Sunday EST, September 7th, we’ll publish a statement and… Read more ›
The short, strange era of human civilization would appear to be drawing to a close. An Indian army camp on the “world’s highest battlefield,” the Siachen Glacier. Long the site of brutal battles between India and Pakistan, the glacier is… Read more ›
Audit trail reveals that donors linked to fossil fuel industry are backing global warming sceptics A secretive funding organisation in the United States that guarantees anonymity for its billionaire donors has emerged as a major operator in the climate “counter… Read more ›
If you don’t regard global warming as a serious problem, your company is growing. According to the survey jockeys at Pew Research Center, the percentage of Americans who think global warming is “very serious” or “somewhat serious” has declined since… Read more ›