All Articles on Peoples Climate

Which is why it’s flat-out wrong that Fox News’s Chris Wallace—and those who advised him—didn’t see fit to put climate change on his topic list for Tuesday’s first presidential debate. (Photo: Screenshot of Wallace) Views
Rewrite That List of Debate Topics, Chris Wallace. And Put the Climate Crisis at No. 1.
Our planet is in serious, irrevocable trouble. There’s no bigger issue.
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Underneath the floating debris in the Pacific Ocean. (Photo: NOAA – Marine Debris Program) News
Activists Demand Bolder Efforts to Address Pollution After Scientists Find Microplastics in Human Organs
"The best way to tackle the problem is to massively reduce the amount of plastic that's being made and used."
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Demonstrators block the entrance to a Deutsche Bank branch in Baden-Wuerttemberg, Stuttgart on September 20, 2019. (Photo: Sebastian Gollnow/picture alliance via Getty Images) News
Pressured by Climate Activist Groups, Deutsche Bank Ditches Drilling in the Arctic
The bank joins a list of two dozen others that will not back Arctic drilling projects.
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"The money that comes out of this bank literally kills poor people in the same community they’re operating in," said Rev. Lennox Yearwood Jr. during the sit-in at a Chase Bank branch in Washington, DC. "There’s too many reasons to stop this madness." (Image: Hop Caucus) Views
All We're Asking Is to Let Us Live: Stop the Money Pipeline Now
If you continue to fund projects that are literally putting our planet, our existence on the line, and defining the existence of our children, then you have left us no choice: that we must put our bodies against the gears of the machine and bring it to a grinding halt.
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Green cities powered only by renewable energy sources—save money, their health, and our planet.  (Photo: Eviart / Views
Climate Courage—Cities and States Matter, Too
Across America, local governments are leading the way with some of the most progressive transitions in the nation.
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We need to paint a picture of an inclusive sustainable world we are trying to build; remind people that the work is already underway and that millions of people are doing important work. (Photo: Beth Scupham/flickr/cc) Views
Motivating Climate Action: A Review of Per Espen Stoknes "What We Think About When We Try Not to Think About Global Warming."
I hope everyone in the climate movement will read this book, and think deeply about the ways we try to engage people, and the kinds of actions we have ready for them to take up.
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The revolutionary aspirations of the Green New Deal will only be brought to life by people who grasp the enormity of the crisis that humanity faces and the radical changes necessary to address it. (Photo: Michael Brochstein/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)  Views
The Green New Deal and Our Schools
This dystopian possibility is forcing us to imagine an entirely different kind of society. Schools have a central role to play in devising new alternatives and equipping young people to bring those alternatives to life.
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Climate activists rally outside State Capitol in Salem, Oregon to urge Gov. Brown to reject Jordan Cove LNG. (Photo: Backbone Campaign) Views
Climate Activists Set Sights on Ending Fossil Fuel Exports in Pacific Northwest Once and For All
Climate activists have defeated coal, oil and gas terminals up and down the Pacific Northwest coast. One of the largest remaining hubs may be the next to go.
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The classrooms of universities and multiversities, are concentrated arenas of learning that offer special opportunities to raise students and intellectuals to speak up for the poor, for Mother Earth and her children. (Photo: Nnimmo Bassey) Views
We Must Wake the World From Slumber to Tackle the Existential Crises of Our Days
The classroom of life has no graduation.
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The sense that the end of next year is the last chance saloon for climate change is becoming clearer all the time. (Photo: Clint Spencer) Views
12 Years to Save the Planet? Make That 18 Months
"The climate math is brutally clear: While the world can't be healed within the next few years, it may be fatally wounded by negligence until 2020."
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