Corporate leaders and employees in the world of business and trade, and editors and journalists in the media world: You, not the politicians, hold the key to saving this planet — and your own children — from a climate catastrophe.
The fact that still in 2013 there are people who loudly and repeatedly say ‘climate change is a scam’ has an impact on our common future which should not be underestimated. It influences public opinion as well as the politicians
In this blog-post I explain why — in our efforts to create climate safety — I believe we must focus less on our politicians and more on the public, the popular and the personal. In particular the youth movements and
– I am creating a global carbon revolution for climate security. Now who wants to join me? “But don’t you realise: Its hopeless.” “It is simply too big.” “You are up against the world’s biggest and richest companies. Too much money
In this post, I try to explain not only why we all need to wake up now, drop what we have in our hands and spend some time and energy on figuring out how each of us can reduce carbon
I have a dream that one day humanity will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: that all generations — including those to come — are created equal and have the same right to enjoy life on
Today, we took one small but important step in our household towards reducing carbon-emissions in the atmosphere: By paying just 4 cents more per KiloWattHour (25 øre), the electricity we use in our house now comes from 100% renewable energy.
Norwegian author Jostein Gaarder is out with a new book, ‘Anna – A fable about the Earth’s climate and environment’. Fiction, in other words, about climate change. Something we haven’t seen much of among international bestsellers til this date. But,
Starting in September 2013, the outdoor clothing and equipment company Patagonia is launching a two-year ‘responsible economy’ campaign which will challenge the very foundations of our current system, reported Jo Confino in the Guardian Sustainable Business Blog on 11 February
Fear is stronger than optimism in creating rapid social change, argued three debaters at ‘The Great Debate’ at the Sustainable Living Festival in Melbourne on 15 February 2013. We are more than six billion people on the planet. In a