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Near-Record Temps and Deadly Fires Engulf Southern Europe

"Everything is going to burn. Our land, our animals, and our house."

Andrea Germanos ·

How Corporate Courts Impede Efforts to Battle the Climate Crisis

A legacy of colonialism and 20th century international trade agreements, so-called "investor-state dispute settlements" are hampering moves to ditch fossil fuels.

Nick Dearden ·

'Civil Disobedience Is Our Duty': Swiss Climate Campaigners Occupy Zürich Financial Center

"We have no other choice. Either phase out fossil fuels or face forest fires, famines, droughts, and floods."

Kenny Stancil ·

For First Time on Record, US Renewables Generated More Electricity Than Either Coal or Nuclear in 2020

"About half of U.S. clean energy now comes from solar and wind, and the other half from hydroelectric power."

Juan Cole ·

Science Museum Just Killed Its 'Own Reputation,' Says Greta Thunberg After Docs Reveal Gag Clause With Shell

"It essentially creates a 'chilling effect,' where museum staff must refrain from speaking openly about the reality of Shell's activities."

Andrea Germanos ·

A Missed Opportunity: Rights of Nature Removed From New Draft of Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework

This removal is not only a missed opportunity, but also hinders the framework's capacity to implement transformative change to regress rampant biodiversity loss as well as encourage systemic change that is desperately needed in our environmental crisis.

Rachel Bustamante ·

Europe's Flooding Shows Climate Solutions Must Be Driven by People-Power

It’s time to stop viewing people as victims of environmental breakdown, and start viewing them as an essential part of the solution.

Lesley Rankin ·

'Turn This Destruction Around': 5 Months Left in 2021 But Humanity's Used Up Earth's Ecological Budget

"Together we can choose one-planet prosperity over one-planet misery."

Andrea Germanos ·

We're Still in a Health Crisis. It’s Called Fossil Fuels

Fossil fuel pollution killed an average of one in five people, causing nearly 9 million deaths in 2018 alone.

Cara Cook ·

Eliminating Carbon Emissions by 2050 Would Save 74 Million Lives This Century: Study

There is "a significant number of lives that can be saved if you pursue climate policies that are more aggressive than the business-as-usual scenario."

Kenny Stancil ·

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