We must build resilient communities before disaster strikes. Communities around the globe are feeling the effects of climate change, from scorching heat waves and out-of-control wildfires to lengthy droughts, rising sea levels and hurricanes. Show More Summary
Climate change expert uses art, music to communicate scientific concern Leia Larsen, February 18, 2018 (Standard Examiner) “…[The Crossroad Project merges] science with music and art for a moving performance about climate change andShow More Summary
Cities’ Climate Fight Sets Goals As the Trump administration retreats on climate change, US cities are moving forward Katherine Levine Einstein, David Glick, Maxwell Palmer, February 20, 2018 (The Conversation) “…[The White House infrastructure...Show More Summary
The Campaign To Get Conservatives To Fight Climate Change Seeking conservative converts to climate change cause; Former congressman Bob Inglis tries to steer his party away from denialism Brian Nearing, February 18, 2018 (Albany Times Union) “Bob Inglis is putting a lot of faith in young people…Inglis is a former U.S. Show More Summary
Kitui Industries, started experimenting with biodiesel in 2008, when oil prices were peaking. This alternative fuel produced from vegetable oil is obtained from crushing cotton seed, and can replace conventional diesel.
How a group of five activists called the Valve Turners decided to fight global warming by doing whatever it takes.
Scientists have some sobering news about the future of our planet: Even if humans manage to meet the temperature target set forth in the Paris climate change agreement, record-breaking weather events will become increasingly common around the world. And that’s the good part. The Paris plan seeks...
LONDON (Reuters) - Energy taxes in major advanced economies are not doing enough to reduce energy use, improve energy efficiency and drive a shift toward low-carbon sources, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) said on Wednesday.
From criticisms about their efforts to fight climate change to what they think of Trump, hear the philanthropists address criticisms of their work in their annual letter. At the Gates Foundation, Melinda and Bill Gates command a $40 billion endowment aimed at improving health, and eradicating hunger and poverty in developing counties. Show More Summary
Sustainable investing is no longer a niche field, and excellent returns mean that the opportunities are better than ever. Learn about how you can invest in solar and help support commercial solar growth with Wunder Capital.
On Wednesday, lawmakers in Idaho voted to gut their state’s science standards of all but a few mentions of climate change.
If Chevron Corp. has caused climate change and needs to pay for its damage, so should pretty much every company that has ever explored for oil and gas near North America, as well as manufacturers of cars and equipment that burn fuel, plus consumers. That’s Chevron’s response to lawsuits by San...
California State Senator Scott Wiener is pushing a bill that would rejigger zoning laws—and fight climate change, reduce traffic, and build a new urban future
Mural Makes Climate Change More Than Real Augmented-reality mural in Miami warns of climate-change danger Leslie Ovalle, February 5, 2018 (Miami Herald) Miami is the proverbial ‘canary in the coal mine’ with respect to the effects of...Show More Summary
McKibben On How To Fight Climate Change Without The White House We can battle climate change without Washington DC. Here's how; Global warming is an immediate battle with enormous consequences. We dare not wait for Washington to return...Show More Summary
Slashing electric vehicle subsidies isn't too bad. But dumping renewable energy R&D is like throwing the baby out with the bathwater.
Blockchain technology is in its infancy. But experts say it could be used to track emissions, cut pollution and sell clean power. At every turn, it could make that work cheaper, faster and more transparent
A new, high-tech traveler is catching a ride on Alaska’s largest passenger ferry. At the end of October, the Columbia, which can carry up to 500 travelers, set off on its two week, nearly 2,000-mile course from Bellingham, Washington to Skagway, Alaska. But for the first time, an onboard system is measuring temperature and levels […]