The US coal moratorium is a great step forward — for our land, our planet, and our future. Check out what’s going on with the coal moratorium (and what you can do) in our latest infographic.
Climate change isn’t the only consequence of carbon pollution from fossil fuels. If driving global temperature rise wasn’t enough, increased carbon in our atmosphere is also behind the rapid acidification of our world’s oceans.
The EPA’s proposed Clean Energy Incentive Program is an important step in mobilizing the nation to meet its commitment to expanding clean energy.
In January, the US Department of the Interior put a temporary freeze on leasing our public lands for coal mining. But that could change soon, unless we act.
What’s the link between climate change and drought? Find out the key facts in this post.
It’s been almost a month since the paper I co-authored on the synthesis of research into the scientific consensus on climate change was published. Surveying the many studies into scientific agreement, we found that more than 90% of climate scientists agree that humans are causing global warming.
This is how you use the mic: Five times Leonardo DiCaprio made the world listen.
The first in a series of features on female climate champions.
Plans to build the largest coal export terminal in the US have made the Pacific Northwest vulnerable to dangerous pollution, putting local residents and our planet at risk.
We’ve all heard stories about extraordinary people who take on great challenges and bring light into the darkness. But for Climate Reality Leader Phurpa Lama, the phrase has become his life’s work. Literally.