Climate Voices


Emmanuel de Guzman: Sign on the dotted line, but don’t forget the fine print is 1.5C

Emmanuel de Guzman argues that, as countries congregate to sign the UN Paris Agreement, they are still a way off limiting warming to 1.5C.

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Payal Parekh: Breaking free from fossil fuels

350.org's Payel Parekh argues that there has never been a better time to break free from fossil fuels.

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Jan Vandermosten: Coal is a climate killer, whatever its efficiency

New research from WWF and Ecofys shows there is no room for new coal plants, however efficient they claim to be.

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Subrata Biswas: How coal dries out villages in western India

New Greenpeace International research released today, on World Water Day, finds that coal power plants around the world consume enough freshwater to sustain 1 billion people

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Gary Wockner: Will oil destroy this Mayan Village in Belize?

Gary Wockner examine the destructive role oil extraction is having in one Mayan Village in Belize.

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Nicolas Delaunay: Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week 2016: Renewables full throttle!

As the first gwfes 4lobal gathering after COP21 in Paris, the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week was an interesting place to gauge the global temperature, so to speak, on the climate front

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David Holyoake: The Creative Factory – What we learned about the new climate story

Forever Swarm's David Holyoake writes on what he learnt about the new climate story during the two weeks Creative Factory running alongside the Paris climate conference.

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Hilary Lewis: Porter Ranch methane leak doesn’t bode well for climate

For months now, methane pollution has been billowing from the Porter Ranch facility into the local community.

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Diego Arguedas Ortiz: Paris delivers the promised climate deal to resounding cheer and applause

The impossible was made possible. Governments from 195 countries around the world emerged here with the first universal agreement to cut greenhouse gases emissions and reduce the negative impacts of climate change.

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Tom Burke: What the COP21 outcome means for fossil fuels

As the dust settles after the historic adoption of the Paris 2015, Tom Burke asks what the outcome could mean for the future of the fossil fuel industry.

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