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Nov 07, 2016

Interview With Jonah Bryson: "If we fail to protect the environment, nothing else matters"

We had the chance to speak with Film Director, Musician and Conservationist Jonah Bryson during TIFF 2016. Bryson has directed “The Fight For Bala”, a

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Nov 07, 2016

Climate is Back

As I engage relentlessly in the fight to mobilize a complacent public and encourage reluctant politicians to focus on climate change action, I’ve come

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Nov 06, 2016

Politicians Need to Break Free From Fossil Fuels

It’s time to break free from fossil fuels! It’s not time to promote pipelines and expand tar sands production in an attempt to create short-term jobs.

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Nov 06, 2016

The Tides They Are A Changin'

We are really screwing up the Earth, and not having another one handy we need to get the message out to change our ways before it's too late. We cannot

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Oct 30, 2016

Dying for Your Planet

Have you ever thought about what you value so much that you'd be willing to die for? What immediately comes to my mind is that I would do anything to keep

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May 31, 2016

Global Warming on Speed

Global warming is speeding up. The latest NASA data demonstrates that February 2016 was the first month ever that the global average temperature passed

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Mar 31, 2016

Sustainable T-Shirt

You can now have a sustainable t-shirt made from recycled plastic water bottles!

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Mar 25, 2016

The Second Largest Rainforest Bosawas, Nicaragua, Is in Danger

In 1997 the government created the Bosawas Biosphere Reserve, in the northeastern area of Nicaragua, Central America. The Bosawas is the second largest

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Mar 24, 2016

Why Are Shipping Containers a Green Building Solution?

I'm very interested in container homes, which I allude to on the eco-cities and micro-homes pages in my website, and today I was privileged to visit the

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Mar 18, 2016

The Truth About Wind Power

Today, cities, states, countries and companies around the world are increasingly turning to wind energy to power their everyday lives. As wind systems

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Mar 18, 2016

Climate Change through the Eyes of an Asian Farmer

Two Spanish friends will immerse into the heart of rural Asia along more than 17,000 km to better understand the effects of climate change and raise the

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Mar 11, 2016

Have Canadian Politicians Forgotten About Our Paris Commitments?

Are politicians in Canada suffering from collective amnesia? Have they forgotten Canada's pledge in Paris, you know the one about reducing our emissions

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Mar 11, 2016

Radio Show on Climate Change

A radio show on climate change airing every Thursday at 9pm Eastern Time.

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Feb 16, 2016

The Question No One Is Asking About Climate Change

The Giving Tree Band, recently released a video for their song, What Will Happen to Santa Claus, which carries a message about climate change and the impact

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Feb 14, 2016

Climate Under Pressure

Climate change is a difficult subject for a lot of people. It is a problem so imposing, of such a huge scale and with a range of effects so wide that it

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Feb 05, 2016

For the Sake of Our Future, Harry Braun Deserves a Platform

Hello, I have recently been disheartened by our countries upcoming presidential elections because none of the televised candidates mention anything about

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Feb 04, 2016

WCCC Scholarship

WCCC Scholarship offers students from developing countries and small island states the opportunity to study climate change related courses at universities

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Jan 29, 2016

2015 Was Unambiguously the Hottest Year on Record

Per the Koch-funded Berkeley Earth Surface Temperatures (BEST), 2015 was Unambiguously the Hottest Year on Record: According to new Berkeley Earth analysis,

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Jan 29, 2016

Here Is How YOU Can Make a Difference

Last summer, I went to the Caribbean with my family for summer vacation. I had never been to the Caribbean and found it just so beautiful - the land, the

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Jan 22, 2016

Sasrai Movement

Dear madam/sir, Greetings from the sasrai-Movement, an organisation that works voluntarily since 2004 across the globe and aimed at promoting prudent

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Jan 21, 2016

The Two Climate Faces of Canada

Canada has two climate faces. There's the Paris face where Canada became a re-born climate leader and then there's the domestic face where Trudeau's Liberals

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Jan 09, 2016

Climate Change and Its Persistent American Deniers

Just the other day, I watched the Republican debate. It was being billed as dogfight and it didn't disappoint, with Donald Trump deriding Rand Paul for

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Dec 23, 2015

From Climate Change Laggard to Climate Change Leader in Seven Weeks

How does a country go from climate change laggard to climate change leader in 7 weeks? I’m glad you asked. On October 19th, Canadians elected a new government.

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Dec 13, 2015

New Zealand Youth at the Paris Climate Negotiations and Their Documentary Film

Young New Zealanders have been well-represented at COP21, observing and documenting it from their (youth) perspective, and building up notes and footage

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Dec 10, 2015

You Can't Be a Climate Leader and Support Pipelines and the Tar Sands

Justin Trudeau campaigned on a platform of taking a science-based approach to dealing with climate change. He promised real action on climate. The recent

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Dec 09, 2015

Senator Snowball

Senator Snowball, also known as Senator Jim Inhoffe, claimed to have disproved climate change by using a snowball in the Senate as evidence.

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Dec 08, 2015

Is Kicking Big Polluters Out of Climate Policy a Big Step Towards Climate Change Mitigation?

Fossil fuel companies are one of the major contributors to climate change in Zambia and beyond. The world’s largest polluters and their greenhouse gas

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Dec 08, 2015

The 2050 Diet - How to Save the Planet and Eat Sustainably on a Planet of 9 Billion People

Preface: What follows is a short version of a much longer article into the diet we will need to use to live sustainably on a planet of 9 billion people.

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Dec 08, 2015

Cowspiracy Debunked

Regarding Cowspiracy: Cowspiracy is about spreading propaganda to further an agenda and not an in depth or real discussion on what needs to be done or

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Dec 04, 2015

Fossil Fuel: The Jamaican Experience

Jamaica has no known petroleum and coal reserves in which to exploit and has to import these products from overseas. The Petrojam refinery has capacity

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Dec 02, 2015

Our Forests Are Gone; Paris Is the Beginning for Continuous Climate Action. Our Only Hope

The effects are being felt and seen by the Zambian people. The water levels are decreasing in the country resulting in massive load shedding. The rains

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Dec 01, 2015

Our Climate? It's Time to Talk About It

The #COP21 climate talks will start on November 30 and last until December 11. This event is crucial to our future as it may well be the last chance for

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Nov 27, 2015

#ArtSpeaksOut - 24h Global Stream for Our Environment on IkonoTV

On the occasion of the UN Climate Conference COP21 in Paris, ikonoTV broadcasts its 24-hour special program Art Speaks Out worldwide, an on-air exhibition

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Nov 27, 2015

More than Trees – Why Addressing Poverty Is Critical to Reforestation of the Amazon

“Each year the Amazon rainforest is disappearing at the rate of an area equivalent to Belgium, Wales, ...” – so ran the headlines 20 years ago. Today,

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Nov 27, 2015

Eco Panels in India

The need for environment upgrading is recognized as a calamitous world problem. At the forthcoming conference in Paris during December 2015 world leaders

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Nov 24, 2015

America Must Do More to Combat Climate Change

You know social attitudes on climate change aren't particularly great when one in four Americans are solidly skeptical of its very existence. This in

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Nov 23, 2015

What You Should Know About Paris COP21

COP21 has been described as humanity’s last chance for tackling climate change. With only days remaining before the start of the United Nations’ Paris

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Nov 22, 2015

Agriculture Causes Less Emissions than Transportation

Per the EPA, total GHG contributions from agriculture, which includes all emissions from meat production, represent but 8.7% of the total (with transportation

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Nov 20, 2015

Can Zambia Have Health Benefits from Using Renewable Energy?

A recent Harvard report highlights that phasing out fossil fuels and replacing them with renewable energy could save millions of dollars in health costs.

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Nov 20, 2015

Natural Sinks Continue to Soak up Our Increasing Anthropogenic Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The paper confirms that natural sinks continue to soak up our increasing anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions, to the point that the sinks themselves

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Nov 15, 2015

Youth Solar Power in Ottawa

At dusk on Sunday, November 22, Ottawa youth will gather with solar lights to form an image of the sun and call for 100% renewable energy in Canada during

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Nov 15, 2015

Climate Change Around the World and How It Affects Cultures

With climate change on the rise, many people are starting to feel, see and know the effects. Governments are starting to pay attention, world leaders like

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Nov 09, 2015

Theory of Self-Sustainability of Nature

The expression vasudhaiva kutumbakam” is the ancient Indian principle which means the whole world is my family. As a family we live together and our lives

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Nov 09, 2015

Sustainable Natural Resource Management

Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

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Nov 08, 2015

Is Burning Wood as Biomass Sustainable?

On your page for biomass you wrote: One of the main benefits of biomass is that it is renewable due to the fact that trees and crops can be regrown, making

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Nov 08, 2015

Menorca: Inside the Mediterranean Sea

Minorca is an island located in the Mediterranean Sea. It is one of the three Balearic Islands in Spain. In October 1993, Minorca was designated by UNESCO

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Nov 08, 2015

What Do Fossil Fuel Companies Really Know about Climate Change?

Renewable energy is now being seen by many people around the world as a cost-effective development solution for Zambia.Renewable Energy Is More AffordableA

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Nov 08, 2015

Shamanic Permaculture – Where the Inner & Outer Meet

It brings such joy to witness the permaculture movement becoming more and more popular, with new projects emerging all over the globe. Many, including

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Oct 30, 2015

Climate Change Guide

The Climate Change Guide is your guide to a more sustainable future, and will provide you with all relevant information on mankind's greatest challenge.

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  1. Interview With Jonah Bryson: "If we fail to protect the environment, nothing else matters"

    Nov 07, 16 12:21 AM

    We had the chance to speak with Film Director, Musician and Conservationist Jonah Bryson during TIFF 2016. Bryson has directed “The Fight For Bala”, a

    Read More

  2. Climate is Back

    Nov 07, 16 12:19 AM

    As I engage relentlessly in the fight to mobilize a complacent public and encourage reluctant politicians to focus on climate change action, I’ve come

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  3. Politicians Need to Break Free From Fossil Fuels

    Nov 06, 16 11:39 PM

    It’s time to break free from fossil fuels! It’s not time to promote pipelines and expand tar sands production in an attempt to create short-term jobs.

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  4. The Tides They Are A Changin'

    Nov 06, 16 11:18 PM

    We are really screwing up the Earth, and not having another one handy we need to get the message out to change our ways before it's too late. We cannot

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  5. Dying for Your Planet

    Oct 30, 16 02:51 PM

    Have you ever thought about what you value so much that you'd be willing to die for? What immediately comes to my mind is that I would do anything to keep

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