You’ve seen the headlines about the UN’s COP 21 climate talks. Now get the big-picture perspective on this history in the making.
COP 21? INDC? UNFCCC? If you’re confused by the alphabet soup, check out these five explanations and you’ll be up to speed ASAP.
Don’t lose #ClimateHope. Here are 10 quotes from Al Gore that will inspire you to take climate action now.
Join us in choosing hope and working for a future we can be proud to pass on to future generations.
We’re clearing up commonplace myths about solar energy. Here’s how to respond next time you hear this common misconception.
A blog announcing the winners for the #WhyImWatching share graphic contest for 24 Hours of Reality.
What exactly is happening in Paris and how did we get here?
Last week a study was published in the Journal of Glaciology, by a group of NASA researchers, reported that satellite data shows that as a whole Antarctica has been gaining, rather than losing mass during the past two or more decades. So was NASA wrong about the Antarctica ice-loss? What these reports usually are missing are several critical points.
Despite the tremendous source of energy shining in the sky, some keep debating the merits of solar power and other renewable energies, asking the same questions over and over again: How effective is solar energy? Is it more expensive? Where and how does solar fit in the larger energy grid?
Many of the arguments against solar are based on outdated or incorrect information. That’s why we’re setting the record straight on some of the most common solar energy myths. First up: solar energy and reliability.
Former US Vice President and Climate Reality Chairman Al Gore to lead round-the-clock call to action on Nov. 13-14 from climate experts & activists; celebrities & musicians.