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How The Low-carbon Transition Is Disrupting Fossil Fuel Politics
How The Low-carbon Transition Is Disrupting Fossil Fuel Politics
by Cara Daggett
As the Trump administration works to weaken regulations on fossil fuel production and use, a larger struggle is playing…
Why Fossil Fuel Divestment Will Increase Carbon Emissions, Not Lower Them
Why Fossil Fuel Divestment Will Increase Carbon Emissions, Not Lower Them
by Stefan Andreasson
A global campaign encouraging individuals, organisations and institutional investors to sell off investments in fossil…
UN Report Warns Only Rapid and Transformational Action Can Stave Off Global Climate Disaster
UN Report Warns Only Rapid and Transformational Action Can Stave Off Global Climate Disaster
by Jake Johnson
Failure to heed these warnings and take drastic action to reverse emissions means we will continue to witness deadly…
Why Our Children And Grandchildren Await A Radioactive Legacy
Why Our Children And Grandchildren Await A Radioactive Legacy
by Paul Brown
We are leaving our children a radioactive legacy, the lethal waste that current governments still cannot make safe.
Technologies To Manage Climate Change Already Exist
Technologies To Manage Climate Change Already Exist
by Andreas Busch
When it comes to tackling climate change the UK is still taking baby steps. A lot more needs to be done – and fast – to…
Why We Can't Yet Predict Where Millions Of Climate Refugees Will Go
Why We Can't Yet Predict Where Millions Of Climate Refugees Will Go
by Derek Groen and Diana Suleimenova
In the near future, global warming is expected to create millions of climate refugees, and individuals and…
A Hot And Dry Australian Summer Means Heatwaves And Fire Risk Ahead
A Hot And Dry Australian Summer Means Heatwaves And Fire Risk Ahead
by Catherine Ganter and Andrew B. Watkins
Summer is likely to start off hot and dry, according to the Bureau of Meteorology’s summer outlook, released today.
The Five Corrupt Pillars Of Climate Change Denial
by Mark Maslin
The fossil fuel industry, political lobbyists, media moguls and individuals have spent the past 30 years sowing doubt…

LATEST VIDEOS

Fossil Fuel Production Plans Could Push Earth off a Climate Cliff
by The Real News Network
The United Nations is beginning its climate summit in Madrid.
Big Rail Spends More on Denying Climate Change than Big Oil
by The Real News Network
A new study concludes that rail is the industry that's injected the most money into climate change denial propaganda…
Did Scientists Get Climate Change Wrong?
by Sabine Hossenfelder
Interview with Prof Tim Palmer from the University of Oxford.
The New Normal: Climate Change Poses Challenges For Minnesota Farmers
by KMSP-TV Minneapolis-St. Paul
Spring brought a deluge of rain in southern Minnesota and it never seemed to stop.
Report: Today's Kids' Health Will Be Imperiled by Climate Change
by VOA News
An international report from researchers at 35 institutions says climate change will threaten the health and quality of…
How Supercharged Trash Gas Could Produce More Green Energy
by InnerSelf Staff
Synthetic compounds called “siloxanes” from everyday products like shampoo and motor oil are finding their way into…
300 Million Face Severe Risk of Climate-Fueled Coastal Flooding by 2050
by Democracy Now!
As a shocking new report finds that many coastal cities will be flooded by rising sea levels by 2050, Chile’s President…
Climate Warning: California Continues To Burn, Data Estimates Of Global Flooding
by MSNBC
Ben Strauss, CEO and Chief Scientist of Climate Central joins MTP Daily to discuss alarming new information about…

OTHER CLIMATE NEWS

New York Loses Climate Change Fraud Case Against Exxon Mobil
by Global Warming & Climate Change
That, however, did not happen. In the lawsuit against the company, filed last year that it had fully considered the…
Climate change: Greenland ice melt 'is accelerating'
by BBC News - Science & Environment
Greenland is losing ice seven times faster than it was in the 1990s.
Converting Plastic Waste Into Construction Materials
by Jake Richardson
Each year, about 300 million tons of waste plastic are produced, according to UNEP.
Philippine Study Shows Evidence Of "Criminal Intent" By Oil Majors
by Steve Hanley
Prior to the COP21 climate conference in Paris in 2015, Greenpeace Southeast Asia and several Filipino communities…
France to Partner with Brazil States on Amazon, Bypassing Bolsonaro
by Global Warming & Climate Change
Mr. Macron accused Mr. Bolsonaro of lying to world leaders about Brazil’s commitment to preserving the environment.
Felling this forest would be like knocking down a cathedral
by Sandra Laville
An ornithologist cradles a nuthatch in his hand as the low December sun throws the stark winter canopy of trees into…
UK Tesla Model 3 & Other EV 3-Year Total Cost of Ownership Analysis Shows EVs Much Cheaper than Fossil Competitors
by Zachary Shahan
We’ve published numerous analyses of our own on the total cost of ownership of the Tesla Model 3 and Volkswagen ID.3…
Oceans running out of oxygen as temperatures rise
by BBC News - Science & Environment
Climate change and nutrient pollution are driving the oxygen from our oceans, and threatening many species of fish.
From disbelief to dread: the dismal new routine of life in Sydney's smoke haze | Charlotte Wood | Australia news
by Charlotte Wood
Here’s the dismal new routine of life in inner-city Sydney.I get up around 7am, sniffing Sometimes even through closed…
Leading scientists condemn political inaction on climate change as Australia 'literally burns'
by Lisa Cox
Leading scientists have expressed concern about the lack of focus on the climate crisis as bushfires rage across New…
Jane Fonda: We Have to Live Like We’re in a Climate Emergency. Because We Are.
by Global Warming & Climate Change
Despite widespread agreement among the world’s scientists that we are living through a climate emergency requiring…
Tackling climate crisis is what we should be doing, says new IMF boss
by Larry Elliott
Kristalina Georgieva is very keen to talk about the research one of her International Monetary Fund economists is doing.
Countries are burning from Siberia to Australia: the age of fire is the bleakest warning yet
by Julian Cribb
On any day, between 10,000 and 30,000 bushfires burn around the planet.

EVIDENCE

Americans Are Worried About Climate Change, But Underestimate How Serious It Is

Americans Are Worried About Climate Change, But Underestimate How Serious It Is

Bobby Duffy
The world is often better and getting better than people think. Murder rates, deaths from terrorism and extreme poverty are all down.

IMPACT

Climate Change Threatens A Scary Number Of Plant Species

Climate Change Threatens A Scary Number Of Plant Species

InnerSelf Staff
Almost 40% of global land plant species are very rare, and these species are most at risk for extinction as the climate continues to change, according to new research.

SOLUTIONS

What It Takes For Hydrogen To Be A Truly Clean Fuel

What It Takes For Hydrogen To Be A Truly Clean Fuel

Frank Jotzo, et al
Using hydrogen as a clean fuel is an idea whose time may be coming. For Australia, producing hydrogen is alluring: it could create a lucrative new domestic industry and help the world achieve a carbon-free future.

POLITICS

Lessons From The Hockey Rink Could Help Ontario Tackle Climate Change

Lessons From The Hockey Rink Could Help Ontario Tackle Climate Change

Jennifer Lynes and Dan Murray
The Auditor General of Ontario’s recent report found the province’s current climate change plan is not based on “sound evidence” and will fall well short of Ontario’s 2030 greenhouse gas reduction targets.

WEATHER

A Hot And Dry Australian Summer Means Heatwaves And Fire Risk Ahead

A Hot And Dry Australian Summer Means Heatwaves And Fire Risk Ahead

Catherine Ganter and Andrew B. Watkins
Summer is likely to start off hot and dry, according to the Bureau of Meteorology’s summer outlook, released today.

VIDEOS

Fossil Fuel Production Plans Could Push Earth off a Climate Cliff

The Real News Network
The United Nations is beginning its climate summit in Madrid.