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.
Tell BOEM: Stop Shell from drilling in the Arctic
Tell the Obama administration and BOEM that the environmental impacts of Arctic drilling are too big to ignore - stop Shell from drilling in the Arctic for good.
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.
October: maintaining the warming trend for 2014
September broke global temperature records and October was pretty close behind, recent data from NASA and the Japanese Meteorological Agency (JMA) confirm.
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.
Blackpool and Fylde College: Divest from fossil fuels
Sign the petition urging Blackpool and Fylde College to cancel plans to train Cuadrilla employees ahead of proposed fracking activity in Lancashire.
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.
Sign the petition: Tell Congress to support the solar industry
Call on Congress to include Commence Construction for the Solar Investment Tax Credit and help create thousands of new domestic jobs in the Solar Industry.
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.
Glowing solar-powered bike path: a stunning example of green technology
Blending technological, artistry and innovation to great effect; a new solar-powered bike path in the Netherlands is creating a lot of buzz.
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.
Sign the petition: Protect the Leuser Ecosystem
Stand with the local communities and wildlife of the Leuser Ecosystem and raise your voice today to protect the crown jewel of Indonesia’s natural legacy.
Australia isolated as G20 meeting becomes ‘de facto climate change summit’
Despite Australia’s attempts to keep climate change out of the G20 meetings, world leaders ensured there was simply no escaping the topic.
Tell President Obama: Reject Keystone XL
Sign the petition: Tell Obama to immediately reject the Keystone XL pipeline and apply his climate test to all federal decisions on fossil fuel projects.
Frances Beinecke: 5 Reasons the Senate must reject the Keystone XL pipeline
As the United States Senate prepares to vote on Keystone XL, here are five of the best reasons to reject the tar sands pipeline.
Pressure mounts on G20 governments to drop fossil fuels
As world leaders meet in Australia for the G20 meeting, analysts, youth and religious leaders are all urging the heads of government of the biggest economies of the world to turn their back on fossil fuels, by ending their financial support f...
Report ranks countries’ climate change preparedness
The newest Notre Dame Global Adaptation Index ranks countries according to their readiness to adapt to global warming.