Solutions

Sarah Lazare, staff writer
Divestment advocates in Canberra, Australia pictured October 20, 2014. (Photo: 350.org/flickr/cc)
"What is happening?" asked author and activist Naomi Klein in a recent piece penned for the Guardian . "Are fossil fuel companies – long toxic to our natural environment – becoming toxic in the public relations environment as well? It seems so." As fossil fuel divestment victories pile up this fall, from universities to cities to corporate...
Emilio Godoy, IPS News
NAPLES, Italy - Small farmers can look to options like agroecological...
Jon Queally, staff writer
In order to build an adequate low-carbon 21st century energy system that...

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In hopes people would touch and be touched by it, a Danish artist and Greenlandic geologist collected, hauled and left to melt in Copenhagen's City Hall Square 12 chunks of 100 tons of Arctic ice - the amount now said, terrifyingly, to melt every 100th of a second. The exhibit, part of an Ice Watch project to mark a U.N. Climate Change meeting, ended Wednesday; the plan was to bring the remaining ice to area schools, but none was left.