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Tell NZ Minister Tim Groser: Get serious on climate change
It's time to get serious about action on climate change. Sign the petition urging the minister of climate change Tom Groser to take real climate action.
A new study warns of the dangers of coastal development and sea level rise
A new study has found that growth in coastal areas may expose more than a billion people to sea-level rise.
Full transition to renewables “within Canada’s reach” by 2035, experts say
A council of academics confirmed earlier this week that Canada could eradicate 80 per cent of its greenhouse gas emissions and be completely reliant on renewable energy resources by 2035.
Tell Shell to stop funding ALEC’s climate disinformation
Shell’s continued support for ALEC, a group that spreads climate disinformation, is incompatible with the company's public statements regarding climate change.
Norway’s parliament backs new climate change law
The Norwegian parliament has voted in favour of plans to create a climate change law in the country to be put in place by the summer of 2017.
Climate Change blamed for heavy downpours in Pakistan
After an especially dry season, intense rainfall in Pakistan this year, has destroyed crops and put the country’s harvests in jeopardy.
Greenpeace celebrates landmark victory in dispute over Mahan forest
In a huge victory for local and international campaigners, the Indian government has announced that the Mahan forest will not be cut down to make way for a huge coal mine.
Sign the petition: End the cold homes crisis
Sign the Avaaz petition urging leaders to end the cold homes crisis that causes thousands of old people to die, simply because they can’t keep warm.
Costa Rica goes 75 days powered by 100% renewables
For the last 75 days, Costa Rica has powered itself using only renewable energy sources.
Iris Cheng: The global water crisis – The elephant in the room
Why are so few talking about coal's impact on already scarce water resources?
Sign the petition: Get climate deniers off the news
Take action and sign the petition urging top news stations to stop booking climate deniers and all those who distort the established science on climate change.
Study: Climate change impacts Australian food production
Researchers predict that climate change will significantly impact the production, quality and cost of Australia’s agricultural sector.