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California's New Climate Change Plan Uses World's Forests as Collateral
by The Real News Network
California has endorsed the Tropical Forest Standard, a global plan linking forest preservation to carbon offset…
Tracking The Impacts Of Climate Change On Cape Cod
by WGBH News
A new multimedia piece from the Boston Globe, ‘At the Edge of a Warming World,’ chronicles the dangers facing the…
Europe's Most Iconic Mountain Is A Climate Change Warning
by ABC News
ABC News' James Longman reports from Mont Blanc, where a glacier on the Italian side of the mountain is breaking apart…
Australia's Biggest Property Companies Are Making Net-zero Emissions Pledges – Now We Can Track Them
Australia's Biggest Property Companies Are Making Net-zero Emissions Pledges – Now We Can Track Them
by Amandine Denis
Corporate Australia is taking action on climate change. Most recently, at the UN Climate Summit, Atlassian cofounder…
Why Women’s Climate Leadership Is Vital
Why Women’s Climate Leadership Is Vital
by Sarah Myhre, Ph.D.
Women’s leadership won’t be a panacea for the overwhelming whiteness of climate leadership, but it’s a starting place.
Something Drastic Has To Happen - Roger Hallam
by Extinction Rebellion
Roger Hallam talks with Stephen Sackur from BBC HardTalk about the need to ACT NOW.
Three Steps to Cut Your Carbon Footprint 60% Today
by TEDx Talks
Not all carbon is created equal. Writer Jackson Carpenter argues that the power to stop climate change rests on…
The Good, The Bad And The Ugly: The Nations Leading And Failing On Climate Action
The Good, The Bad And The Ugly: The Nations Leading And Failing On Climate Action
by Bill Hare
It is almost five years since the landmark Paris deal was struck. Nearly 200 countries agreed to work towards limiting…

LATEST VIDEOS

South Africans Are Feeling The Heat In More Ways Than One
by eNCA
Load-shedding combined with soaring temperatures are a bad combination.
Why Uncertainty Can Actually Boost Trust In Climate Science
Why Uncertainty Can Actually Boost Trust In Climate Science
by Melissa De Witte
The more specific climate scientists are about the uncertainties of global warming, the more the American public trusts…
How World Conflicts Are Influence By The Changing Climate
How World Conflicts Are Influence By The Changing Climate
by John Vidal
The relationship between a heating planet and violent clashes is complex — and critical. “This is where I keep my…
Emergency Medicine For Our Climate Fever
by Kelly Wanser
As we recklessly warm the planet by pumping greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, some industrial emissions also…
What Extinction Rebellion climate activists are demanding from governments
by Democracy Now!
More than 700 climate activists were arrested in 60 cities worldwide in a global effort aimed at urging governments to…
Can Nature Repair The Planet From Climate Change?
by The Economist
A closer look at one of the most familiar responses offered to the climate crisis.
How Climate Change Is Threatening Homes In Mumbai
by South China Morning Post
Lowland cities and islands such as the Indian city of Mumbai may face increasingly frequent floods and storms
This is Not A Drill: 700+ Arrested as Extinction Rebellion Fights Climate Crisis With Direct Action
by Democracy Now!
More than 700 people have been arrested in civil disobedience actions as the group Extinction Rebellion kicked off two…

OTHER CLIMATE NEWS

ReNew Power Is The Latest Indian IPP To Scout Buyers For Solar Projects
by Saurabh
According to media reports, the company is looking to sell 300 megawatts of solar power projects located in the…
Climate change: Widespread drying of European peatlands
by BBC News - Science & Environment
Peatlands are a natural carbon sink, absorbing CO2 from the atmosphere and burying it in the soil.
The World Can Make More Water From the Sea, but at What Cost?
by Global Warming & Climate Change
Thomas Altmann, vice president for technology with ACWA Power, which develops, owns and operates desalination and power…
Lake Chad shrinking? It's a story that masks serious failures of governance
by Oli Brown and Janani Vivekananda
Lake Chad is a hydrological miracle – a life-giving, freshwater lake in the Sahara desert.
Australia is the only country using carryover climate credits, officials admit
by Graham Readfearn and Adam Morton
The federal environment department says it is not aware of any countries other than Australia planning to use…
Did Exxon Deceive Its Investors on Climate Change?
by Global Warming & Climate Change
These lawsuits are an important step for society to free itself from the grasp of this lethal industry. Most directly,…
A New Marine Heat Wave Threatens Hawaii’s Reefs
by Global Warming & Climate Change
The ocean off of the Pacific Coast is simmering, threatening coral reefs and livelihoods around Hawaii, and causing…
2,000 would-be Greta Thunbergs: London summit unites world's environment prodigies
by Amelia Hill
The world’s largest global forum for young leaders will open on Tuesday, as more than 2,000 young people from across…
Renewable energy to expand by 50% in next five years
by Jillian Ambrose
Global supplies of renewable electricity are growing faster than expected and could expand by 50% in the next
UK urges World Bank to channel more money into tackling climate crisis
by Larry Elliott
UK backing for a World Bank fund to help poor countries will hinge on reforms at the global institution to channel more…
Lungs review – Claire Foy and Matt Smith shine in climate crisis drama
by Arifa Akbar
‘The world is fucked,” says one half of the earnest couple in Lungs, fretting about starting a family on an…
Norway Update: Tesla & Chinese EVs Could Spell Doom For Legacy Automakers
by Paul Fosse
Here at CleanTechnica, we have been following Norway closely, since this is the first country to hit the tipping point…
For Some Horror Writers, Nothing Is Scarier Than a Changing Planet
by Global Warming & Climate Change
VanderMeer has said that Area X was inspired in part by a 14-mile hike he makes regularly through the St. Marks…

EVIDENCE

Why You Shouldn't Use

Why You Shouldn't Use "Weather" And "Climate" Interchangeably

Jennifer Fitchett
As January 2019 entered its third week, huge swathes of the US are blanketed with snow, and winter storm warnings were in place across several states.

IMPACT

South Africans Are Feeling The Heat In More Ways Than One

eNCA
Load-shedding combined with soaring temperatures are a bad combination.

SOLUTIONS

Should Science Must Be Mobilized Like World War Ii To Fight The Climate Crisis

Should Science Must Be Mobilized Like World War Ii To Fight The Climate Crisis

Tom Oliver
We’ve all but won the argument on climate change. The facts are now unequivocal and climate denialists are facing a losing battle

POLITICS

How Divergent Goals Hinder The Fight Of The Climate Crisis

How Divergent Goals Hinder The Fight Of The Climate Crisis

Pascale Dufour
Nearly half a million people demonstrated in Montréal to demand climate action on Sept. 27. It was one of the largest rallies in the city’s history and believed to be the largest of its kind in Canada.

WEATHER

How The Weather Is Being Politicized

How The Weather Is Being Politicized

John Oliver
John Oliver discusses the tension between the public and private worlds of predicting the weather.

VIDEOS

South Africans Are Feeling The Heat In More Ways Than One

eNCA
Load-shedding combined with soaring temperatures are a bad combination.