All Articles on Peoples Climate

How The Iconic 1968 Earthrise Photo Changed Our Relationship To The Planet
"At least on a human timescale, we’ll never have a planet as intact and full of life as that one we glimpsed from space. Our trajectory is definitely downward. But there was so, so much beauty there, and there’s still so much left ― for now."
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These real crises stand in stark contrast to the invented ones. They are actually happening, transforming our physical world, costing lives and treasure. Whereas the crises that capture headlines day after day — looking at you, oil price differential! — turn out to be wildly exaggerated for cynical political ends. (Photo: Views
The November Crisis
We are living in a state of planetary emergency
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UN Secretary General António Guterres seated next to 15-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, who explained that while the world consumes an estimated 100 million barrels of oil each day, "there are no politics to change that. There are no politics to keep that oil in the ground. So we can longer save the world by playing by the rules, because the rules have to be changed." (Photo: UNFCC COP24 / Screenshot) News
'We Have Not Come Here to Beg World Leaders to Care,' 15-Year-Old Greta Thunberg Tells COP24. 'We Have Come to Let Them Know Change Is Coming'
"We can no longer save the world by playing by the rules," says Greta Thunberg, "because the rules have to be changed."
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The wildfire that wiped out Paradise, California, viewed from space. At last count, there were 88 confirmed dead, 296 missing, The fire destroyed 13,972 homes, 528 commercial buildings and 4,293 other structures. (Photo: NASA) Views
An Ecosocialist Path to Limiting Global Temperature Rise to 1.5°C
An emergency plan to meet the climate emergency
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“Some people say that I should be in school instead. Some people say that I should study to become a climate scientist so that I can ‘solve the climate crisis’. But the climate crisis has already been solved. We already have all the facts and solutions.”(Photo: @StrikeClimate) Views
“Since Our Leaders Are Behaving Like Children, We Will Have to Take Responsibility”
Children from Canada, Australia and Sweden are taking the lead on climate change
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Act Urgently Now, David Attenborough Declares, Because 'Collapse of Our Civilizations and Extinction of Much of the Natural World on the Horizon'
"The people have spoken," said the British naturalist speaking on behalf of the People's Seat at the UN climate summit in Poland. "Leaders of the world, you must lead. The continuation of civilization and the natural world on which we depend, is in your hands."
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The Voices of Amazon Women and a Visionary Declaration to Protect Indigenous Lands
"Kawsak Sacha is important because it is something we have always lived with despite the Western world not recognizing it. We want others to understand, recognize and feel that the jungle is not just a jungle, it is full of life, and humans and nature can share and exchange together."
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"Through daily economic disruption, we hop the government will finally start taking the climate crisis seriously and address our demand for radical action.” (Photo: Karl Mathiesen/Twitter)  Views
If We Don't Act Fast, 'We're F**ked': An Urgent Call to Climate Action From Extinction Rebellion in the UK
Climate Activists send message to UK Prime Minister by blocking access to the street in front of her office
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‘We are prepared to halt lorries entering fracking sites; to stand in the way of bulldozers building roads and block traffic along congested and polluted streets.’ (Photo: Marcin Rogozinski/Alamy) Views
Why I’m Turning From Law-Maker to Law-Breaker to Try to Save the Planet
Direct action and civil disobedience are now needed to force governments to see that our survival as a species is at risk
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Suffice it to say, much of what we are used to in our lives is antithetical to sustainable life and probably has to go. (Photo: Kevin Gill/flickr/cc) Views
Eco Crises: Doom & Gloom, Truth & Consequences
We must eat, sleep, and breathe with our environment in mind
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