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,
– 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
“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.
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