Scotland announces fracking moratorium
The Scottish government has announced a moratorium on fracking as ministers further examine the environment and health implications of the controversial drilling technique.
Economists: hard times ahead for Malawi following deadly flooding
An “economic disaster” is ahead for Malawi as a result of devastating flooding, economists warn.
Sign the petition: I want to break fossil free
Sign the petition calling on investment managers, mutual funds and pension providers to offer a fossil free choice to people with savings and retirement funds.
Climate change impacts expected to hit Australia harder, sooner than rest of the world
Australia could see temperature rise of more than 5 degrees Celsius by the end of the century without immediate emissions cuts.
Take action: Protect George Washington Forest from Atlantic Coast Pipeline
Join with Earthworks and tell the Forest Service to deny Dominion’s application to conduct surveys for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline route.
UK food and drink industry slashes emissions 35%
The UK's food and drink industry has slashed it emissions by more than a third since 1990, meeting its 2020 target seven years early.
John Ashton: Fracking push is an insult to democracy
The government’s enthusiasm for fracking ignores the will of the people, says the UK’s former climate envo
Ocean warming accelerating to ‘off the charts level’
While recent climate reports have focused on NASA’s startling findings that 2014 was the hottest year on record, another important climate trend has gotten much less attention: the rise in temperature of our oceans.
Avik Roy: Why are Obama and Modi so silent on dirty coal?
US President Barack Obama’s visit to India yielded some technical progress on clean energy, but little on climate change. The much-hyped meeting failed to go beyond rhetoric and usual platitudes.
Giles Parkinson: India and US agree – Coal is not the answer
Whatever you might read in the mainstream media about the important bits of US president Barack Obama’s summit with Indian prime minister Narendra Modi, you can be sure it went beyond concerns about fashion.
UK government told new fracking regulations ‘don’t go far enough’
The spotlight is once again on the UK’s fledgling fracking industry as the government paves the way for shale gas exploration, allowing frackers to drill under homes without the owner’s permission.
India and US advance on climate cooperation
Indian Prime Minister Modi and US President Obama have announced that the two countries will further their work together to fight global climate change.
Tell the EPA: Protect communities from methane pollution
Tell the EPA that we need rules regulating new as well as existing sources of methane pollution from the entire oil and gas supply chain.
Obama moves to protect Alaskan wildlife from oil-drilling
President Obama unveiled a proposal to protect millions of acres of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge from fossil fuel development.
Durwood Zaelke: The path to a safe climate goes through India
With the world's climate safety partly in his hands, Indian Prime Minister Modi now has big choices to make on coal and carbon emissions.
Email your pension fund: Ensure your savings are invested in a cleaner future
ShareAction's new "Green Light" campaign helps savers tell their pension fund to move away from dirty energy and invest in a greener, fairer future.
Tell Secretary General Mr. Ban Ki Moon: Restore and protect forests
Sign the petition urging UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon to work towards protecting and restoring forests all around the globe.
Climate change “most daunting challenge” to food security worldwide — FAO
Food security in the face of climate change is one of “the most daunting challenges facing humankind,” according to a UN report released this week.