A new draft of the accord would keep temperature rise below 2 degrees Celsius, but other crucial issues remain to be resolved...Read more
We Have NO Remaining Fossil Fuel Carbon Allocation Left To Burn And Prevent a Global Warming Catastrophe...
Another brutally honest global warming education organization that we admire at Job One For Humanity has brilliantly taken on the illusion being forwarded by fossil fuel vested interests, their lobbyists and the poorly informed that there is an allowable amount of carbon, which we can continue to put up in the atmosphere as we burn fossil fuels.
NGO representatives and participants stage a sit-in protest closed to the plenary session to denounce the first climate deal draft during the COP21, United Nations Climate Change Conference in Le Bourget, north of Paris, France, Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2015.Image: Francois Mori/Associated PressRead more
Representative Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) seen here on on September 30, 2015 in Washington, DC. Credit: Kris Connor/Getty Images for "Food Chains"
Letter to the CEOs of six of the country's largest fossil fuel companies seeks information on the firms' climate change history and policy positions.Read more
SURVIVOR. Marinel Ubaldo is a young advocate who has been raising awareness of the risks of climate change. Photo from Plan International Philippines
A young woman who survived the super typhoon is at COP21, pushing for climate action...Read more
If international climate talks really stall, don't be surprised if there might be an ever-so-slight intervention by Pope Francis...Read more
Here are some crazy, detached folks that also happen to be enablers of crippling denial at the
highest levels of the United States Congress...Read more
To be a climate change skeptic in Paris this week means facing heavy odds...Read more
Our planet is heating up. The cause is in some ways simple: Humans add a lot of carbon dioxide to the air every year, about 40 billion tons of it. CO2 is a greenhouse gas: It lets sunlight through to heat the ground, but the infrared light the ground emits gets absorbed, and cannot escape to space. That warms us up, slowly but inevitably. By every measure available to us, we see the effects of this increased heat.