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Obama talks tough on climate at Arctic summit despite ceding to Shell
In his latest push for action on climate change, US President Barack Obama yesterday called on nations including his own to ramp up their commitments for reducing harmful carbon emissions.
Drought becoming the ‘new normal’ for Californians
Human impacts of global warming and water resources are threatening to turn the landscape of the US west into a dustbowl.
Casey Puckett: Why an Olympic skier supports the EPA’s Clean Power plan
Olympic skier Casey Puckett why Obama's Clean Power Plan is vital for the future of the sport he loves.
Ten years after Hurricane Katrina climate solutions are emerging but the climate crisis remains
Across the US the ten year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina’s landfall brings a number of climate related issues to the surface.
Canada’s Energy East pipeline would stress endangered whales & sea life, warns report
A Canadian conservation group warns the proposed Energy East pipeline will have serious consequences for whales and other sea life in the Bay of Fundy and the Gulf of Maine.
Sign the petition for a frack free radio
Sign the petition urging NPR to become a frack free radio and reject fossil fuel money.
Sign the petition: Tell ExxonMobil to drop ALEC
Shell and BP have just dropped ALEC. Now let's tell ExxonMobil to put its money where its mouth is by cutting all ties with ALEC now!
Tell Edelman to ditch their fossil fuel clients
Sign the Climate Truth petition to CEO Richard Edelman to tell him to stop working with fossil fuel clients.
Community Forests International
Community Forests International connects people to the forest, fostering sustainable environmental relationships while strengthening communities against climate change. Follow: Community Forests International >>
Tell the EPA: Cut carbon pollution from airplanes
Sign the Friends of the Earth petition to tell the EPA: Take strong action to reduce carbon pollution from airplanes.
Rising flood risk and increase defence costs could put world’s major delta cities at risk
Flooding in cities and megacities built on river deltas could be set to increase, according to new research, which warns risk to deltas such as the Mississippi and Rhine could rise eight-fold.
Tell the Seditious 6: Comply with the Clean Power Plan
Send a message to the Seditious 6 Governors who have declared that they will not comply with President Obama's Clean Power Plan.
Thank President Obama for the Clean Power Plan
Thank President Obama for his leadership in finalizing the Clean Power Plan - the first ever federal limits on carbon pollution from power plants.
Obama finalizes historic Clean Power Plan
The centerpiece of President Obama’s climate change strategy – the Clean Power Plan – is now finalized.
Canada’s oil industry — on the verge of a breaking point?
From tumbling oil prices to leaky pipelines, Canada’s oil industry is looking bleaker by the day. Increasingly concerned with the volatility of the commodity, global investors pulled $200 billion worth of investments from the oil and gas sect...
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Tell Shell to stop its Arctic drilling plans now
Greenpeace activists are telling Shell to back away from its Arctic drilling plans. Join them on social media in telling the company #ShellNo
American businesses commit $140 billion to tackle climate change
In another sign that businesses are waking up to the threat of climate change, executives from 13 major American businesses have announced at least $140 billion in new investments to take on climate change.
Global milestone reached on road to renewables as US retires 200th coal plant
Campaigners in the US, and around the world, are celebrating today as the country marks the shut-down of its 200th coal power plant.
US says goodbye to 200th coal plant as gas edges ahead in energy mix
As environmentalists celebrate the 200th coal plant phase out in the United States, for the first time in history natural gas is overtaking coal as the country’s largest power sources.