Climate crime and accountability: Professor Richard Parncutt has calculated the amount of coal-smoke it takes to indirectly kill one person. Michael Staindl is taking Australia’s Treasurer Josh Frydenberg to court.
National Day of Inaction: 30 November 2018 “We are sick of the inaction of government and business on climate change. So we are taking a sick day” ~ Victorian climate activists “Use the National Day of Inaction to start conversations
“Aren’t we already we at the point of no return with making our planet uninhabitable?” Narrative navigation: Why does it have to be a choice between either Heaven, Hell or Hoax when politicians and climate action campaigners talk about the
[CLIMATIC ROOT TREATMENT] is a series of blogposts seeking to uncover and understand the deeper roots of society’s problems with taking appropriate action on the climate emergency, and to explore the advantages we could see once the action sets in.
The Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott is a dedicated Catholic. Pope Francis’ new encyclical letter and his call for action on climate change confronts Tony Abbott with an interesting dilemma: As the leader of a nation shortly to become the
Scientists tell us The Destruction is around the corner. Our politicians refuse to listen, and so does the majority of the population. Its a bizarre and dangerous situation. How are we to change things? I believe the answer is, in
Now, listen. In from Canada comes this scientist and environmentalist with a ‘Carbon Manifesto’ and the kind of speech on youtube which makes him stand out as one of that kind of climate crisis leaders humanity as a whole has
Liberal and Conservative politicians accuse science of climate change of doomsday hysteria, but do not see the religious plank in their own eyes. Most people have heard about cults, which in the name of religious fanaticism commit collective suicide and
Is it going too far to accuse a large number of Danish corporate executives for being irresponsible and greedy, considering the response they have given to the Danish government’s new climate plan? Well, judge for yourself when you have read
The CO2-pollution crisis is just as serious as if a large asteroid were on a collision course towards Earth, says a British scientist, and he is backed by calculations from Canadian and US scientists which show that runaway greenhouse effect