World’s richest countries invest billions in expanding fossil fuel stocks
Despite repeated commitments to phase out subsidies for fossil fuels, a new report by Oil Change International found that G7 countries continue to pump billions of dollars into dirty energy sources each year.
Health summit to show bold climate action will save lives
Leading health experts are urging strong climate action, as the first every global climate and health conference kicks of in Geneva.
César Gamboa: Peru’s self-sabotage
A new law in Peru that loosens environmental protections is jeopardizing the country's natural landscape and its economic-growth prospects.
Tell the EPA: Protect communities near oil refineries
Millions of people live in the shadow of oil refineries and are forced to breathe air that kills. Yet Big Oil continues to fight new plans for reducing emissions.
Sign the petition: Stop Eskom’s Mega Pollution Application
Right now Eskom is attempting to bypass pollution laws designed to protect our health, pumping out eight times more pollution than the legal limit.
World’s largest oil companies gamble investor cash on risky, high carbon projects
The world’s seven largest oil companies could gamble away billions of dollars of investor’s money over the next decade on expensive, risky and high-carbon oil projects, according to the latest research from UK-based think-tank the Carbon Trac...
Join the People’s Climate March
To change everything, it takes everyone. In September, heads of state are going to New York City for a historic summit on climate change.
Connections between Ebola and climate change under the microscope
As the Ebola virus is ravaging parts of West Africa, recent reports are linking the outbreak to past studies holding climate change accountable for the uptick in viral diseases.
Oil companies driving ecological catastrophe in Russia
For decades, huge quantities of oil have been spilling from Russia's pipelines—and the government is doing next to nothing to stop it.
Protesters pressure Canadian government following tailings pond disaster
Following the tailings pond breach in Mount Polley last week, protesters took to the streets of Vancouver calling on Imperial Metals and government officials to take responsibility for their role in the spill that poisoned the region’s water ...
Monica Araya: Citizens for a Clean Society
Monica Araya on why citizens hold the key to a clean shift in politics and why the starting point is the reinvention of a clean society.
Join the youth consulation on climate and health webinar
The IFMSA are seeking climate related opinions and ideas from youth to influence the discussion at the upcoming WHO Health and Climate Change Conference.
Reclaim the Power: Join the anti-fracking action camp
This week, UK action group No Dash for Gas will be holding a Reclaim the Power camp aimed at rejecting dirty fuels and redesigning our energy future.
Coal to be ‘forbidden’ from Beijing from 2020
China announced its latest step in the “war on pollution” this week, with a Beijing Municipal Environmental Protection Bureau official declaring a ban on coal power and the sale of coal in Beijing by the end of 2020, due to its acute health a...
Sign the petition: Shell must clean up its oil pollution in the Niger Delta
Shell has been polluting the Niger Delta for over 50 years, but we now have an opportunity to steer it in a different direction.
Act on Climate
The main aim of the AoC is to promote the establishment of local community groups concerned about our climate and hopefully willing in the future to help those suffering from the changes. This ranges from species under threat of extinction, b...
Ground Swell Bass Coast
Ground Swell Bass Coast is a community group of people, concerned with helping one another, disentangle information and disinformation, in mainstream media about Global Warming, otherwise known as Climate Change. Federal and State governments...
Japan and Mexico sign carbon trading deal
Japanese companies will now be able to earn carbon credits by investing in technology to cut greenhouse gas emissions in Mexico thanks to a new deal signed between the two countries.
Tell CEO of big soda: Stop using tar sands
The Big Soda companies all use fuel from tar sands refineries in their delivery fleets, which substantially contributes to the climate change crisis.