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.
Tell Congress and President Obama: Ban fracking now
We are calling on President Obama to ban fracking once and for all. It is a threat of unforeseen proportions to our drinking water supplies.
WWF: Arctic oil spill could spread 1,000 km
Oil from a spill or oil well blowout in Canada’s Beaufort Sea could spread more than 1,000 kilometres across the region’s pristine environment, a new study from WWF has shown.
New online platform tackles Indonesia’s forest fires
A new online platform aims to help the Indonesian government respond to the threat of wildfires and prevent the situation from escalating further
Sign the petition: No BP greenwash at the Commonwealth Games
BP, official partner of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, paint themselves as socially responsible and "green" - when nothing could be further from the truth.
Join the movement: Take action against the repeal of the carbon tax
The government failed the people by repealing the carbon price. While the politicians might have voted against climate action, the people did not.
Greenpeace piles the pressure on Amazon over its dirty data centres
A new war of the words has broken out between Amazon and Greenpeace, as the tech company announces the release of its new Amazon Fire Phone.
Behind the Brands campaign makes waves as General Mills pledges climate action
A major success for Oxfam as food and beverage company General Mills is to implement industry-leading measures to cut emissions from its supply chains.
Ignoring environmental impacts, Australia approves massive Carmichael coal mine
Federal Minister for the Environment Greg Hunt today approved the AU$16.5 billion Carmichael coal mine in Queensland’s Galilee basin.
Sign the petition: Say NO to risky Arctic drilling
The U.S. government is starting to prepare a five-year program—spanning the years 2017 to 2022—that could open the Arctic Ocean to oil and gas drilling.
Sign the petition: Tell 3M to stop destroying our forests
3M, maker of Post-It Notes, greenwashes the destructive practices behind its products that contain wood and paper from deforestation around the world.
UK government fires starting gun on ‘reckless race for shale’
Large swathes of the UK are to be opened up to fracking in what has been described as a ‘reckless race for shale’.
Interact to see what 1,001 cities’ summers will be like by 2100
Use the Climate Cental interactive tool to see what 1,001 cities' summers will be like by 2100 if current emissions trends continue.
Facing climate impacts, Dar es Salaam aims to adapt
A new plan for Tanzania’s largest city aims to transform the metropolis into a megacity prepared to cope with the impacts of climate change.
He Jiankun & Nicholas Stern: China’s climate commitment
He Jiankun and Nicholas Stern examine how China is emerging as a leader of global climate policy.
Ugandan youth share wisdom beyond years at climate change conference
School-aged Ugandan delegates are embracing their role as young leaders, sharing reflections on the ongoing impacts of climate change at the International Children's Climate Change Conference.
‘Unprecedented’ Canadian blazes are burning forests and making climate change worse
Large fires across Canada's Northwest Territories are releasing stored carbon into the atmosphere.
Europe’s coal comeback here to stay without strong climate and energy policies
European countries are at risk of locking themselves into a high-carbon future as they remain hooked on dirty coal, according to new research from UK based NGO Sandbag.
Join the Dharnai Live movement: Renewable energy for India’s villages
Join the Dharnai Live movement that aims to light up every dark village in India based on a clean, renewable and decentralised electrification solution.