Climate change: In northern Greenland, temperatures have doubled in just a few years. The ice on Greenland is melting with record speed. That is just the first signs of the reality we are facing. Meanwhile, the fossil fuel industry continues
C’mon, world! In particular: Come on, world of climate change campaigners, organisations, institutions and funding bodies who all want to see some real progress in the battle against those carbon emissions. Chip in and become stake holder in Avaaz’s new
When it comes to climate change and energy transition, reaching global — or even national — consensus on what we want is not an easy task. There are so many ways we could go. In order to speed up the
[Danish version below] When it comes to covering the climate crisis and global warming in the media, we believe public service broadcasters could take the lead now. This is the very essence of the concept of ‘public service’: to do
“Malo ni! My name is Mikaele Maiava. I’m writing from the Pacific Island archipelago of Tokelau to ask you to join with us in action as we take on the fossil fuel industry. Last October, Tokelau turned off the last
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,
Here is how you can contribute to build up a global map of environmental awareness. If we want to improve environmental awareness, it is important to understand the current situation: what is the level of environmental awareness in different countries