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.
33 leading U.S. and multinational companies have joined in the struggle to solve what is currently mankind’s worst headache ever: the carbon emissions and the catastrophic climate change they can possibly cause. Through a coordinated effort by businesses and consumers,
This blog-post touches upon three absurdities of our time, and a new tool to work around them: crowdfunding. The three absurdities of March 2013 are: • Governments donate 1.9 trillion dollars annually as public subsidies to the fossil fuel industry,
The Happy Planet Index, allegedly ‘the leading global measure of sustainable well-being’, shows the extent to which countries deliver long, happy, sustainable lives for the people that live in them. The Danes rank as No 110 on the list of
Disappearance as ‘work in progress’: The Maldives is estimated to disappear under the ocean in the year 2080. Think about it. Here is this beautiful island country – the planet’s lowest country, rising an average of 1.5 meter above the
“After aerial shots, official estimate of #ForwardOnClimate rally is 50,000 people” – making it the largest climate action ever in United States history. 350.org organiser Joshua Kahn Russell Update on 22 March 2013 Ecowatch.com – 22 March 2013: Dozens Arrested
Exploring key outcomes of Rio+20 and the way forward, the first in a series of ‘Sustainable Development in Action’ Google+ Hangouts, an online video conference, was hosted by DESA’s Division for Sustainable Development on 12 February 2013 on the UN
Take your next step for the climate: Turn out the light for one hour on 23 March 2013 World Wildlife Fund’s ‘Earth Hour’ is the world’s largest climate event. It takes place in 7,000 cities around the world in 152