Author Archive: Emily Saari
Emily is a graduate of St. Mary's College of Maryland with a B.A. in psychology. While in school, she spent her time leading environmental and social justice campaigns. She recently worked for the Chesapeake Climate Action Network as a grassroots organizer for a moratorium on natural gas fracking in Maryland.
Asset owners have had fair warning that the investment landscape around the world is seriously threatened by climate change, yet the vast majority are doing little to shield themselves from its risks.
US mayors and city officials came together at the Climate Impacts Collaborative hosted by WRI and UCS to discuss local climate action and preparedness.
Natural gas fails to offer a safe energy alternative to coal and oil, and short-sighted investment in it will only cause the world to miss out on crucial renewable energy investment.
Though still pending investigation, locals note that the increase in whale deaths coincides in both timing and location with offshore oil exploration and drilling.
According to financial insiders, the oil sands industry is likely to be a high risk investment even if the Keystone XL pipeline is built.
Ninety companies are fueling the world’s climate crisis by profiting off of the production of dirty energy, according to new peer-reviewed research.
Celebrities have joined forces with Americans Against Fracking to call for a ban on fracking in the US and to ask key American decision-makers, ‘what the frack?’
The groundswell of support behind Filipino delegate to the UN climate talks Yeb Saño and the people of the Philippines is reverberating across the globe.
Fast action to cut climate pollutants like soot and methane will not only protect critical snow and ice-covered areas, but also save millions of lives according to a new World Bank report.
There remains a dangerous gap between where the world is and where it needs to be when it comes to reducing emissions, according to the 2013 UNEP Emissions Gap Report.
These wild places aren’t worth losing in pursuit of fossil fuels. Join WWF to seize your power and say yes to renewables!
On the one year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, affected communities are demanding that action to reduce climate pollution and adapt to future Sandy-like storms remain top priorities of decision-makers.
Tell candy corporations: Don’t make us choose between a fun, tasty Halloween and the survival of the planet. Stop the use of deforestation palm oil.
Zero net emissions by 2050 could not only keep global warming below 2°C, experts say it is also a tangible and clear goal that could help to spur climate action.