Is global warming relocation or migration a part of your future because of accelerating global warming?
Do you wonder if (or when) you should consider relocation or migration because of past, current or future global warming consequences?
You are not alone if you have ever thought that you might have to migrate at some point because global warming is getting worse!
UN issues new dire report that climate change is going to be much worse than previously predicted, but even this report still grossly underestimates the consequences and timetables!
The UN has issued a dire new climate change report that still grossly underestimates global warming consequences and timetables.
Google took a hard hit in a recent story they made significant donations to global warming denier organizations but, is there more to the story?
We invite you to consider the following new analysis of the seven largest global challenges that face Millennials and Generation Z...Read more
September was a massive month for global warming news. Here is your monthly update.
The 7th annual Universe is here Today. How Will You Celebrate?Read more
Japanese coal plant (Photo: Chris Lewis, Flickr CC BY-NC 2.0)
Coal-fired power plants have provided cheap energy for over a hundred years, and despite coal-burning’s high emissions, about 2,400 are planned globally. A new study calculates that emissions from global energy generation must reach zero before the middle of the century to keep climate change below a two-degree Celsius temperature rise. Niklas Hohne of the New Climate Institute discusses the study with Living on Earth’s Helen Palmer and explains why building these plants is inconsistent with emissions control commitments countries have given...Read more
Activists have targeted the French owner of the Hazelwood brown-coal power station for its sponsorship of the Paris climate summit, calling on it to accelerate plans for the plant's closure in the spirit of the negotiations to tackle global warming...Read more
The December 2015 Paris Climate Conference initiated by the United
Nations Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change (IPCC) will be
attended by leaders of most of the nations of the world...Read more
Some of the event's sponsors might be part of the problem, not the solution...Read more
But poorest half of world’s people contribute to just 10% of emissions, says British charity as negotiators work on UN climate change deal in Paris. An average person among the richest 1% of people emits 175 times more carbon than his or her counterpart among the bottom 1%, Oxfam said...Read more