When you hear “climate science” what do you picture? Charts, graphs, melting icebergs, or rising sea levels? Let us introduce you to the people behind the data.
This February, Climate Reality welcomed 453 participants to the 27th Climate Reality Leadership Corps training in New Delhi, India adding to our network of activist influencers shaping public opinion and building support for a strong global climate agreement, both in India and beyond.
It took us years to get here. But we never gave up. And today, thanks to your steadfast support, we’re able to announce a monumental victory: President Obama has vetoed the Keystone XL bill.
If there was ever a time you wanted to stand up and change the world, this is the time to do it. How? By becoming a Climate Reality Leader and helping build global support for a strong agreement in Paris. We’re hosting three Climate Reality Leadership Corps trainings in North America this year for people like you who want a healthy and sustainable future for our planet.
A statement by former Vice President Al Gore on the launch of the Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR).
How a satellite one million miles away will keep an eye on the earth’s safety
How does a global deal to stop climate change actually become reality? It starts when caring, motivated people like Yoca Arditi-Rocha begin to take action.
Despite the fact that India has not historically generated high per-capita carbon emissions, the country’s massive population and rapid economic growth mean the country’s development path will have environmental consequences both for India’s citizens and the rest of the world.
Methane plays a smaller part in climate change – accounting for only 10 percent of US emissions – but it’s highly dangerous and packs a real punch, trapping 86 times more heat than carbon dioxide over 20 years.
Here are some of the stories that had us celebrating climate success in 2014.