Tell President Obama: Un-frack the Clean Power Plan
Add your name to the letter urging Obama to fix the Clean Power Plan so that it doesn't encourage the use of fracking over renewables.
Another blow for King Coal as Germany looks to close eight dirty plants
Germany could see eight coal-fired power stations shut down in the coming years, as it works on new legislation to help the country meet its ambitious 2020 climate target.
Big coal fakes social media campaign to pressure G20
With clean energy booming and the world increasingly acting to reduce carbon pollution, big coal is getting desperate.
Tell EPA: Fracked gas is not the answer
Fill out the Food and Water Watch letter and urge the EPA to remove fracked gas from the Clean Power Plan to actually reduce U.S. carbon emissions.
Support a clean energy economy with #GenerateChange
Support the U.S. Clean Power Plan to reduce carbon, create jobs and spur a clean energy economy with the #GenerateChange campaign.
China aims to cap coal as soon as 2020
After agreeing to peak carbon dioxide emissions by 2030, Chinese officials announced Wednesday that China aims to cap its annual coal use at 4.2 billion tons by 2020.
Support the EPA’s biggest climate change action
Submit your public comments to the EPA to show your support of the commonsense carbon limits for power plants and critical climate change action now.
UN report backs call for fossil fuel phase out
The world needs to take immediate action towards a complete phase out of fossil fuels and force global greenhouse gas emissions onto a downward trajectory.
Sign the pledge: Say Yes to Life, No to Mining
The Yes to Life, No to Mining movement is the expression of hundreds of individuals, organisations and communities who are standing up for Earth justice.
Add your name: Make Big Polluters pay for climate damages
Stand with those suffering in the climate crisis who are taking action against Big Polluters to hold them legally and morally accountable for climate damages.
Fracking: no ‘silver bullet’ for European energy security or emissions reduction
Fracking will not provide the European Union with a ‘silver bullet’ for addressing energy security or cutting emissions, European science academies (EASAC) have said.
Camilla Toulmin: If the coal industry really cared about helping poor countries, it would shut itself down
Coal companies are in complete denial — the developing world doesn't need more pollution or expensive new grids, but renewable energy sources
VIDEO: Greenpeace activist injured during oil drilling protest
In an action protesting oil drilling in the Canary Islands, one Greenpeace activist was left seriously injured, yesterday, as protesters clashed with the Spanish Navy.
Genon Jensen & Peter van den Hazel: The new deal for our health and our children’s health
Although the news is currently dominated by Ebola, many health advocacy organizations believe that the real, enduring health crisis is the menace of climate change
Renewable energy creates ten times more jobs than fossil fuels
Renewable energy projects create ten times more green jobs than similar fossil fuel projects, according to a new study from the UK Energy Research Centre.
Tell the EPA: Enforce strong coal ash regulations
Coal ash regulations are now finally in sight. Send a message to the EPA urging them to not let polluter profits triumph over public health.
G20 urged to dump $88 billion in fossil fuel exploration subsidies
Despite warnings from the IPCC that the world must phase out fossil fuels, G20 nations continue to spend billions on fossil fuel exploration subsidies.
Mindy Lubber: Fossil fuel companies must evolve or perish
Ceres' Cindy Lubber argues fossil fuel companies can either pivot out of high-cost, high-polluting projects or they can wait until it's too late.
Climate change to boost spread of waterborne disease in China
A new study has found that climate change is making it more difficult to control water-related diseases in China.
Climate change ignored in Great Barrier Reef protection plan
The Australian government’s plan to protect the Great Barrier Reef has sparked outrage amongst top scientists for failing to account for climate change.
IPCC host Denmark eyes a coal free country by 2025
As the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change meets in Copenhagen to approve its latest climate science report, host country Denmark has taken another step in its ambitious plan to phase out coal.