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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 …

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. …

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 …

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 …

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, …

Climate Change's Worst-Case Scenario Is 200 Feet of Sea Level Rise 
Climate Change’s Worst-Case Scenario: 200 Feet of Sea Level Rise With cumulative fossil fuel emissions of 10,000 gigatonnes of carbon (GtC), Antarctica …

Medieval Warm Period and Little Ice Age Debunked 
Per the PAGES 2000 reconstruction, current global surface temperatures are hotter than at ANY time in the past 1,400 years, and that while the Medieval …

It's Different This Time - COP21 
As a Climate Reality Leader (Chicago 2013), I'm pleased to feature excerpts from the Halftime on the Road to Paris post from the Climate Reality site. …

Debunking the Meat vs. Transportation Climate Change Myth 
This article doesn't cite ANY sources at all for its claims. NONE. ZERO. What does the best-available evidence say? Let's look at the evidence, not …

Where Two Fluids Meet 
As climate change research evolves, some areas of study become more popular and apparent than they were in the past. Gas exchange is one of these disciplines, …

Bundaberg Climate Action  
Join us! Invite your friends and please share this event far and wide. All Welcome See the "Sadies" perform LIVE! Bourbong Street Pavilion, Bundaberg …

Australia's Nuclear Horizon Documentary 
Australia needs to have a serious debate about where it stands on all things nuclear. Australia has almost one third of the world's total reserves of uranium, …

How do We Know the Rise in Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Comes from Us? 
To start with, scientists have a pretty good understanding of what the Earth's climate has been throughout its history, why it has changed over time and …

The Truth - We Are Being Lied To 
I’ve been in denial. I wasn’t denying that climate change is real or that the present changes are caused by human activity. My denial centers on the speed …

1000 People Marching Across the Nation 
Starting March 1, 2014, through a non-profit organization called the Great March for Climate Action , 1,000 climateers will begin an 8-month, 3000-mile …

It is Possible to Curb Climate Change? 
How I Helped Reduce My Carbon Footprint Some of the unique things I have done to help erase my carbon footprint are to reduce, reuse, recycle, and free-cycle. …

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 …

Climate Change War: Pope Francis vs. American Conservatives 
While the Pope's encyclical on climate change has garnered widespread praise for adding much-needed authority to what is often considered one of the most …

The World's Most Dangerous Animal 
There is one species on this planet that kills more animals, and more humans, than any other species. It's destroying the forests, the oceans, the lakes …

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 …

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 …

Save the Goat Islands and Protected Areas of Jamaica 
We started our campaign back in early September, 2013, as a result of the announcement by the Jamaican government of an MOU signed in China, outlining …

Interview With Jonah Bryson: "If we fail to protect the environment, nothing else matters" Not rated yet
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The Tides They Are A Changin' Not rated yet
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Dying for Your Planet Not rated yet
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Politicians Need to Break Free From Fossil Fuels Not rated yet
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The Second Largest Rainforest Bosawas, Nicaragua, Is in Danger Not rated yet
In 1997 the government created the Bosawas Biosphere Reserve, in the northeastern area of Nicaragua, Central America. The Bosawas is the second largest …

Why Are Shipping Containers a Green Building Solution? Not rated yet
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 …

Have Canadian Politicians Forgotten About Our Paris Commitments? Not rated yet
Are politicians in Canada suffering from "collective amnesia"? Have they forgotten Canada's pledge in Paris, you know the one about reducing our emissions …

Climate Change through the Eyes of an Asian Farmer Not rated yet
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Climate Under Pressure Not rated yet
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WCCC Scholarship Not rated yet
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2015 Was Unambiguously the Hottest Year on Record Not rated yet
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The Two Climate Faces of Canada Not rated yet
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Here Is How YOU Can Make a Difference Not rated yet
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For the Sake of Our Future, Harry Braun Deserves a Platform Not rated yet
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The Question No One Is Asking About Climate Change Not rated yet
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From Climate Change Laggard to Climate Change Leader in Seven Weeks Not rated yet
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New Zealand Youth at the Paris Climate Negotiations and Their Documentary Film Not rated yet
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You Can't Be a Climate Leader and Support Pipelines and the Tar Sands Not rated yet
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Fossil Fuel: The Jamaican Experience Not rated yet
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#ArtSpeaksOut - 24h Global Stream for Our Environment on IkonoTV  Not rated yet
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Is Kicking Big Polluters Out of Climate Policy a Big Step Towards Climate Change Mitigation? Not rated yet
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America Must Do More to Combat Climate Change Not rated yet
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Agriculture Causes Less Emissions than Transportation Not rated yet
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Natural Sinks Continue to Soak up Our Increasing Anthropogenic Greenhouse Gas Emissions Not rated yet
The paper confirms that natural sinks continue to soak up our increasing anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions, to the point that the sinks themselves …

Eco Panels in India Not rated yet
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Youth Solar Power in Ottawa Not rated yet
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 …

Climate Change Around the World and How It Affects Cultures Not rated yet
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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Menorca: Inside the Mediterranean Sea Not rated yet
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 …

Theory of Self-Sustainability of Nature  Not rated yet
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 …

The Toyota Camry Hybrid Is Good for the Environment Not rated yet
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Citizens' Climate Lobby (Australia) - First National Conference Not rated yet
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Little Ice Age Debunked Not rated yet
Given the recent nonsense in the media about the supposed impending "ice age" from an upcoming "Maunder Minimum", here's what the evidence has to say about …

Can Zambia Have Health Benefits from Using Renewable Energy? Not rated yet
A recent Harvard report highlights that phasing out fossil fuels and replacing them with renewable energy could save millions of dollars in health costs. …

The Call of More Not rated yet
I worry that one of the leading causes of global warming, the world's exploding population, is being largely ignored in the climate change narrative leading …

Climate Change is a Threat to Human Health Not rated yet
"In 2008, poor air quality alone, including from oil and gas production, cost Canada about $8-billion, according to a report by the Canadian Medical Association. …

Our Forests Are Gone; Paris Is the Beginning for Continuous Climate Action. Our Only Hope Not rated yet
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Mobile Film Festival Act on Climate Change in partnership with the UN and COP21 Not rated yet
For its first international edition, the Mobile Film Festival will be held in Paris, France in December 2015 to coincide with the Climate Change Conference …

Why Taking This 1 Minute Questionnaire Can Help Others Act Greener Not rated yet
Hello. I have developed a 1 minute questionnaire to understand green behaviour better and I am hoping that you can help and spend 1 minute taking it. (Here’s …

Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan Not rated yet
Earlier this month, President Obama unveiled his Clean Power Plan in which he set out to reduce carbon pollution from power plants. Describing climate …

Sustainable Natural Resource Management Not rated yet
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What Do Fossil Fuel Companies Really Know about Climate Change? Not rated yet
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The State of Energy Production in Jamaica Not rated yet
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Shamanic Permaculture – Where the Inner & Outer Meet Not rated yet
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Sail Away to a Dirtier Future Not rated yet
This article was originally published on tataclimate.org, a new site for climate change news and opinion. Let’s talk about cruise ships. Immense Impact …

On Shifting Baselines Not rated yet
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How Much Carbon Will Be in the Atmosphere Be When Greenland and the Antarctic Melt? Not rated yet
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Agriculture Sector Must Be Made Resilient to Climate Change Not rated yet
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What If We Could SEE Carbon Dioxide? What If It Were, Say, Pink? Not rated yet
One of the many challenges to slowing #climatechange is that we can't really SEE what's causing it (all the greenhouse gasses are invisible), and the impacts …

Join Me and Them at the March for #JobsJusticeClimate Not rated yet
Something is happening in Canada. A new climate movement is gaining momentum during a crucial election year. Change is coming! Come and be a part of it. …

Join Canada's New Climate Movement Not rated yet
This post is drawn from an email message from Bill McKibben to friends and people concerned about the survival of future generations. Canada has been …

Catholic Schools Can Lead the Way to a Clean and Green Future Not rated yet
The Pope Has Opened the Door Pope Francis has opened the door to a vast educational system into which that we had not yet ventured with our program . …

Mobilization Works to Change Attitudes and Behavior Not rated yet
We have successful models that we have been ignoring about the ways to shift attitudes and behavior. A 50 Year Natural Experiment I worked for a decade …

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Plan for a Sustainable Future Not rated yet
Leo Tolstoy once said, "Wise consumption is much more complicated then wise production." Indeed, wise consumption is something which is much needed in …

Carbon Dioxide Is the Biggest Climate Temperature Control Knob, Not Water Vapor Not rated yet
As for water vapor vs CO 2 , the Earth's climate doesn't change significantly without a change in factors capable of forcing it to change ( see larger …

Biodiversity, Ecosystem Services and Social Entrepreneurship Not rated yet
Jamaica is a very well-known area, internationally as a "biodiversity hotspot" because many of the island’s species are endemic to the island– meaning …

Gods Acre - Aboriginal Film About Climate Change Not rated yet
Gods Acre is a upcoming short film starring Corner Gas's Lorne Cardinal. It's about a traditionalist aboriginal man in a world that is forcing him to …

What Climate Science Denial Looks Like Not rated yet
What is driving climate science denial and how do I respond to it? This question has prompted me to follow Denial101x - Making Sense of Climate Science …

How Many Birds Do Wind Turbines Kill Compared to Fossil Fuels? Not rated yet
Wind turbines kill orders of magnitudes fewer birds than do fossil fuel energy generation sources. Where's the outcry against those? In reality, cars …

Heating up, Sea Level Rising, and Hope Not rated yet
According to Bill McKibben, the ideal parts per million of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere would be 350ppm, that was in 1975. Now, we are at 404 ppm …

Youth, Governance, Health and Livelihood vs. Climate Change Not rated yet
Climate change presents a challenge to our youth but also offers opportunities for interventions that are yet to be recognized. Despite the perceived …

Dragons of Inaction Not rated yet
Dragons of Inaction The human brain is arguably the most complicated machine on Earth. It’s capable of amazing feats of creativity, emotion and insight. …

Communicating About Climate Change One BITE at a Time! Not rated yet
Over the past five years, I have communicated about climate change, the most helpful website for me is ClimateBites.org . In 2011, Tom Smerling and …

Examining Glacial Mass Balance Not rated yet
Let's examine the question of glacial mass balance, shall we? Firstly, the majority of reference glaciers the world over are thinning and retreating. …

Scientific Data on Sea Level Rise Not rated yet
When calculating sea level rise, we need to take many different factors into account. Hence, we cannot just look at the melting of glaciers. What about …

Trying to Stop Denial Online Not rated yet
The following is the verbiage I post on articles infested with deniers: What I Post on Articles Filled With Deniers Reddit’s science forum banned climate …

International Workshop on Climate Change in Melaka, Malaysia Not rated yet
Hello everyone, On behalf of the World Youth Foundation (WYF), “an NGO in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the …

Culinary Artist, Ambitious Explorer Chef Steven Ferneding Pitches Online Crowdfunding, His Mission: To Feed The World Not rated yet
Steven Ferneding, chef, explorer, entrepreneur, seeks online funding platform to raise money to film a television pilot and web series. The show titled …

The Clean Energy Revolution is Underway Not rated yet
The clean energy revolution is underway. From Germany to China and countries all around the globe, governments, cities, towns, public institutions, …

Green vs Grey - Every City is a Living Body Not rated yet
The thought that nature can also be an infrastructure is not new; nature can be harnessed to provide services within the urban environment, by reducing …

Lessons Learned about DRR in a Changing Climate Not rated yet
Disaster risk reduction (DRR) and climate change adaptation (CCA) communities have separate missions with overlapping objectives though they operate …

We Need a National Feed in Tariff Not rated yet
We need a national feed in tariff. A California residential feed in tariff would allow homeowners to sell their renewable energy to the utility, protecting …

On the Cusp of the Third Industrial Revolution Not rated yet
Jeremy Rifkin’s book, The Third Industrial Revolution, has provided the inspiration for this post. The premise of Rifkin’s book is that fundamental economic …

Build a Better Planet Not rated yet
My decision to go green was not a conscious one. I had been working for years in a Wall Street law firm, troubled deeply by the things I saw at my job, …

ICCAS Project Not rated yet
Spicy Tunes: Spreading the Message on Climate Change Grenadian style How to raise awareness about the effects of climate change, particularly amongst …

Environmental Challenges for Mexico - Part 3 Not rated yet
Huixquilucan, an Encouraging Start Huixquilucan is a town and municipality in Mexico State. It lies adjacent to the west side of the Federal District, …

Environmental Challenges for Mexico - Part 1 Not rated yet
Following on from my first article to introduce the work being done by Grupedsac, the Mexican, non-governmental organization that promotes education and …

Environmental Challenges for Mexico - Part 2 Not rated yet
The Status Quo Responsible waste management is just part of the big picture—to protect the environment—and, sadly, Padilla and like-minded advocates have …

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New Technology Aims to Clean All Diesel Engines and Produce Oxygen Not rated yet
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Urban Water Metabolism in the World's Driest Desert Not rated yet
With areas that have not seen rain for more than 400 years, Atacama is classified as the world’s driest desert. Assuming that the water scarcity and …

LNG Export Dream is a Nightmare Not rated yet
BC Path to Prosperity touted by Premier Christy Clark is an unrealistic dream that is not based on facts. Instead, it is a nightmare that will extract …

Pyramid Garden Not rated yet
The relationship between water, energy, agriculture and climate is a significant one. More and more, that relationship is falling out of balance jeopardizing …

Disaster Risk Reduction Not rated yet
Four years ago nobody listened, cared or understood my vision. I'm glad that our Government finally realized what I have been suggesting before. Communication …

Green Energy Tip #1: Choose Your Utility Supply Provider Not rated yet
Green Energy Ideas For The Homeowner: Choose Your Utility Supply Provider! Reducing your carbon footprint, lowering utility costs at home and saving the …

Climate Change Simulation Game Not rated yet
Imagine Earth Climate change is apparently the most underestimated threat in the history of computer games as well. Imagine Earth is the name of a futuristic …

Application Sent to 132 Interested Marchers Not rated yet
The Great March for Climate Action announced today that it is now ready to formally accept applications from prospective marchers interested in participating …

Let's Put a Price on Carbon  Not rated yet
It’s Time to Put a Price on Carbon Nine of the ten hottest years on record were in the past twelve years. Carbon pollution also leads to Extreme Weather …

Established News is not Covering the Top Story of Our Time Not rated yet
I was invited to share about what's going on at Green Action News on the Climate Change Guide. To turn the tables on myself, I interviewed myself in a …

Forthcoming Conference Addresses Climate Change and Social Change Not rated yet
There is no issue more urgent than climate change, yet government, corporations, and the public are reluctant to change. A forthcoming conference from …

Climate Change Book ZERO-FIFTY Explains How to Make the World Zero Carbon by 2050 Not rated yet
Award winning sustainability designers David James Arnold and architect Alexa James Ratzlaff have officially launched a Kickstarter campaign to help fund …

Design against the Elements Not rated yet
I'm a building architect in a Japanese Petrochemical (Oil & Gas) Engineering company –doing projects with high level of strength, quality, safety standards …

World Bank's First Massive Open Online Course on Climate Change Not rated yet
Dear Climate Change enthusiasts, A MOOC (Not a Moose) Is Coming on January 27, 2014! We are very pleased to announce the World Bank's first Massive …

Climate Change is Supplementing Violence Against Women Not rated yet
Women experience physical or sexual violence in their lifetime and they suffer severe physical and emotional pain due to the violence and abuse. The …

Anti-Climate Change Missiles Not rated yet
Mauritius young filmmakers submit a 1 minute video on the causes, effects, and solutions to climate change, and try change the world. YouTube Video …

Inspiring a More Sustainable Planet Not rated yet
The world’s population is experiencing unprecedented growth, and, so too are the demands being placed on our environment – including accelerated use of …

Feed-in Tariffs Not rated yet
Germany, Japan, and the Hawaiians, are using the Feed-in Tariff (FiT) , which is a policy mechanism designed to accelerate investment in renewable energy …

Work Being Done By Mexican NGO, Grupedsac – A First Hand Account  Not rated yet
Mexico is a country with enormous wealth in natural resources yet it has a staggering number of inhabitants that live below the poverty line…an estimated …

To Buy or Build Your Own? A Solar Panel Conundrum Not rated yet
Many renewable energy enthusiasts dream of making their own solar panels . Fortunately for them, it is possible. Those with enough technical skills …

Saving the Earth with Engineered Algae Not rated yet
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Climate Change Worsens Drought Not rated yet
Climate change causes volatility and predictability of weather patterns in numerous countries the world over. It made the job of our weather men difficult …

My Chemical Mountain Not rated yet
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Call for Applications - UNU-EHS 2013 Resilience Academy Not rated yet
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Great March for Climate Action Not rated yet
Starting March 1, 2014, through a non-profit called Great March for Climate Action , 1,000 climate patriots will march from Santa Monica, CA, across the …

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Gazasia - Providing Waste to Fuel Solutions Not rated yet
GAZASIA is committed to improving air quality in inner city environments across the world, and although this is only a small change to the overall global …

How Does Your Electricity Supplier Credit Your Energy to Their Grid? Not rated yet
You need to be careful when considering installing solar energy panels to your home and are calculating the cost benefit analysis of the project. I …

ThePoosh.org Not rated yet
There is a global trend that is only getting bigger and bigger. People are becoming more contemplative about how they choose to live their lives on …

The Jet Stream & Arctic Warming Not rated yet
January 14, 2013 We have just enjoyed a warm spring-like weekend here in Niagara Falls while the Prairies and Newfoundland were having extreme blizzards …

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