“Faced with a climate emergency, we must take action accordingly, in order to avoid perpetrating a brutal act of injustice towards the poor and future generations,” said Pope Francis
This week I received an email from Janine O’Keeffe titled ‘Climate Emergency Declarations and fear for democracy’ with this question: “Hi Mik,Some countries have fears about the climate emergency declarations being used for non-democratic purposes. Can this include democratic mobilisation
To everyone who cares about climate safety and climate justice for all of us, this is your invitation to join the Global #ClimateStrike on 20 September 2019 – millions of people around the world standing up to confront the climate
“I have had a big blue fear since I heard in a speech that for Planet Earth, it was too late. I felt collapsed for 15 seconds.”~ Brice Pascal Abbey In an era of global ecological destruction, climate change is
On 20 May, Dale Vince, an entrepreneur and founder of the renewable energy utilities firm Ecotricity, publicly declared a climate emergency for his company with a pledge to upgrade the company’s current sustainability commitments to become a carbon-neutral business by 2025
A 75-year-old Australian pensioner got inspired by a 15-year Swedish teenager, and hear what happened next… 30-minute radio documentary by The Sustainable Hour on 94.7 The Pulse about Caroline Danaher’s direct action quest in Geelong, Australia. This is the story
The strategy of getting more councils and governments to declare a climate emergency is changing the story. Why is that important?
Video from three EU election candidates’ press conference at Heathrow Airport in United Kingdom, calling for Heathrow Airport to pause all flights.
Friday 3 May 2019 was a Climate Election Day of Action in 75 locations across Australia, where thousands of students left their schools in order to pay their local federal politicians a visit instead, as a contribution to the #climateelection
On 1 May 2019, the British Labour party moved a non-binding motion in the House of Commons to declare ‘an environment and climate emergency’, which was passed by members of the Parliament across the floor.