If the climate crisis is to be resolved, these two countries must cast off their past differences and distrust, and work together hand-in-hand to show the world that they’re ready to lead the way and reign in carbon emissionsm. Here’s the good news – that’s exactly what they’ve just done.
On the road to a clean-energy future, it’s not just about the destination. It’s also about how we get there.
Shifting Ice and Changing Tides, an all-female, human and wind-powered ski and sail expedition to Greenland, began with a simple email in December 2012.
Here's a reason for Climate Hope: Our electricity system is evolving along with the way we generate electricity.
In the two years since Sandy ravaged the East Coast and almost a year after Haiyan left millions homeless, communities worldwide have continued to suffer the effects of climate change – more frequent and intense droughts, storms, wildfires, and flooding – driven in part by the unlimited burning of fossil fuels.
On October 29th, people are coming together all across the country in a digital day of action, in communities large and small, to remember the undeniable impacts of climate change pollution, share their stories, and speak up for action on climate change.
On October 29, people around the world are coming together in a digital day of action to remember these storms, discuss the impacts of carbon pollution on our weather, and demand solutions to climate change.
Leaps forward happening in battery technologies mean we can not only generate electricity cleanly, but store it efficiently.
What’s our biggest reason for climate hope? Just look up.
All around the world, more and more homes and companies are turning to renewables to power their lives and businesses.