Climate action is happening. For example, record amounts of renewable energy generation are being built worldwide as their costs continue to fall, and most vehicle manufacturers have indicated that they will bring out fully electric models in the near future.
Recent political developments have exacerbated this air of futility as we find ourselves at a tipping point in regards to the environment and climate action. However these set-backs mean that unity is more important than ever, and doing our individual part to contribute to the whole is vital.
From the 30th November to 11th December 2015, the eyes of the world will be back on Paris, but for a much more positive, inspiring
Change is created by turning points. Whether through evolution or revolution, turning points in history have changed the way we think, move, communicate, live. We are at a turning point now. A decisive hour when a historical event occurs, when a decision must be made, when we have understood that the consequences of the past need us to intentionally and decisively redefine the future.
A Big Thank You to Every Single Climate Activist Who Decides to Go to the Paris Climate Summit in December
Climate activists don't call themselves climate activists, it's the rest of us that does. Because it feels safer, amidst that scary climate crisis, to place the ones that express their care in the most confronting and the most vulnerable way, in a box. Just like the world tries to deny the entire climate problem.
It's safe to say climate change is not on the Conservative Party conference agenda this year. If you showed up just 12 minutes late to Monday afternoon's main event, you would've missed energy secretary Amber Rudd entirely. And indeed, it seems quite a few people did.
If I were a magician I would, like a character in a JK Rowling novel, wave a wand and cut everyone's emissions to zero--or near zero as possible--overnight.
The governor of the Bank of England delivered a damning assessment of the threat climate change poses to the global financial
By Christiana Figueres and Joseph Alcamo Over the past 12 months the number of countries signaling support for a long term
This week, major business leaders will gather in Paris for the Business and Climate Summit. This meeting is being held around six months before the Paris Climate Conference, COP21, the aim of which is well known: to reach a universal agreement limiting the rise in global average temperature to 2°C or 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels.