Climate Voices


Pacific Island leaders “Conversation on Climate” forum

Pacific Climate leaders gathered together for a Conversation on Climate during Climate Week NYC.

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Alden Meyer: The Climate Summit in New York: Not an end, but a beginning

Ahead of the UN Climate Summit, Union of Concerned Scientists' Alden Meyer argues more and more countries are starting to take climate change seriously.

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Leonor Varela: Why I’m marching for a better life

Chilean actress Leonor Varela explains why she will be joining the People's Climate March to demand a better life for her children.

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Kelly Rigg: Taking it to the Streets – Why I Am Marching for the Climate This Sunday

Kelly Rigg explains why she will be joining the thousands of people taking to the streets of New York this weekend and marching for the climate.

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Naomi Klein: The People’s Climate March – meet the next movement of movements

Naomi Klein talks about the talks about the significance of the historic People’s Climate March on September 21.

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Kaylin Richardson: To protect the future, we must make our voices heard

Pro skier Kaylin Richardson explains why she will be joining the People's Climate March to protect the future of her sport and her planet.

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Dr. Margaret Chan: How climate change can rattle the foundations of public health

WHO's Dr. Margaret Chan argues that climate change, and all of its dire consequences for public health, should be at centre-stage of public debate.

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Stephen Leahy: We have five years to stop building coal plants and gas-powered cars

Stephen Leahy examines a new study on carbon emissions showing that by 2018, no new cars, factories, or coal power plants should be built anywhere in the world in order to limit global warming to 2˚C.

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Joss Garman: It’s time for the EU to end the era of dirty coal power

Joss Garman from the IPPR thinktank says European governments should make unabated coal use illegal and end the era of dirty coal.

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Steve Sawyer: A renewable energy future

GWEC's Steve Sawyer argues that a 100% renewable energy future is feasible and vital if the world is to avoid dangerous levels of climate change.

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