In August 2018, a global heat shock wave saw media turn a notch on the climate change apocalypse beat [Climatic clippings post no 6 in 2018] Some of you will think you are too busy to pay attention to this.
The world is changing fast. If we don’t keep track of the changes, we lose out on the opportunities we have right in front of our nose to transform, transition, change and improve our city, our homes and our lives.
Video recording of the first part of the interview with professor John Agar in The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse on 8 August 2018 In this live radio interview, professor John Agar is for the first time bringing his
Climatic clippings of July-August 2018 Death Valley in California has just set a scary record for “hottest month ever recorded on our planet”. The last months have brought massive wildfires and record numbers dying from heat stress. But here is something
In July 2018, the Council of the City of Richmond in California followed City of Berkeley, Montgomery County in Maryland, Hoboken City Council in New Jersey and the Los Angeles City Council and declared a climate emergency: “The City of Richmond
$2 billion have been spent on creating that spin of lies and disinformation that keeps the fossil wheels turning today, just in the United States alone, according to a new study. So one wonders what the total global figure could
It is now three years ago Pope Francis published his encyclical letter Laudato Si’, where he told the world that “highly polluting fossil fuels – especially coal, but also oil and, to a lesser degree, gas – needs to be
“There is no space left on Earth for egoism.” ~ Naoko Ishii, environmental policy expert from Japan It can’t be said more clearly. This TED-conference presentation by Naoko Ishii – a Japanese environmental policy expert who leads the Global Environment
Some big, scary news about the climate emergency is coming at us on a daily basis – but there is tonnes of good news to take notice of as well. Such as when the news ticked in from Montgomery County
You know that humanity is making positive steps to change our behaviour – and that the business community is beginning to speed up its transition away from polluting fossil fuels and plastic to clean, green energy in a recyclable and circular