In Australia, one of the world’s first political parties based on a climate agenda has been founded and is heading for elections there with a bit of a mission on their shoulders. They promise their voters to save the planet.
What you see here are what I consider the two most important ‘mile-stone’ kind of climate news stories that came out of 6 August 2013. The photo of the dead polar bear speaks for itself — just like the photos
On this page you can listen to each of the speakers as well as the public debate at the Geelong Cycling Forum which was held at Beav’s Bar in Geelong in southern Australia on 15 June 2013. • Introduction by
We should cycle for better health, for faster and cheaper commuting, for less noise and pollution of the air, and to support our city in its ambition to become a more liveable and sustainable place. Authorities need to lower speed
If you have never signed a petition or endorsed a paper, now should be your first time. The paper that I think you should sign is a newly published ‘Message to world leaders’, which is already endorsed by 520 scientists
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
Cycling is not only good for your health, it is also profitable for society. A new study from Denmark shows that sick leave drops by one day per 1,200 kilometres travelled on the cycle track, and what is spent on