Youth and the Power of Street Democracy
Activist Mary DeMocker on the strengths of art, community and youth.
Lead counsel Julia Olson in the historic climate change trial Juliana vs. USA weighs in with Avery McRae, one of the case’s youngest co-plaintiffs, on the motivating principle of intergenerational justice.
Setting aside half the Earth for ‘rewilding’: the ethical dimension
EO Wilson's moral argument for restoring biodiversity Earth.
Inuit Music for Solo Double Bass
Listen to John Sinnok's composition including spoken observations from those effected by climate change in the Artic.
Climate Action Tracker
Follow counties' efforts to meet their emissions reduction targets.
From Attitude to Action
Understand the crucial role the ocean plays in stabilizating the climate.
How does our work ethic impact the environment?
The business-as-usual work week significantly affects how people structure their lives. Environmental philosopher Kate Soper takes this observation a step further, reflecting on some of the effects on the environment of compartmentalizing and organizing our societies according to the paradigms of work and leisure, production and consumer culture.
Historic NYC Divestment Win
Learn about New York's historic climate change action to build a world free of fossil fuel dependence.
Check out how one research practitioner works in informal contexts to help people build capacity to restore their communities.
From the experts: Moving past barriers to change
Featuring David Attenborough, Stephan Lewandowsky, Jeremy Kerr, Lisa Alexander and others.
Modou Pouye – Dakar, Senegal
Hear one person's story of living a life that is beginning to be impacted by climate change.
How can ordinary people help mitigate climate change?
Environmental humanities researcher Steven Hartman reflects on some of the ways that individuals can have far-reaching effects globally in climate change mitigation efforts by banding together with neighbors, friends, family and colleagues to focus on smaller and more manageable local challenges.
What role can imagination play in our efforts to achieve a sustainable world?
Philosopher and nature writer Kathleen Dean Moore on the vital role of imagination in shaping a sustainable world.
Peruíbe, Brazil: A Community United
People from across the city of Peruíbe came together to stop a massive power plant. It’s an inspiring example of how community power can tip the scales of power.
Are we sure global warming is human caused?
Placing the talking points of climate change denialists into a proper perspective anchored in the history of science, climatologist Stefan Rahmstorf offers a brief overview of the overwhelming evidence underpinning today’s scientific consensus that global warming is human caused.
How Cities Are Leading The Way on Climate – Mark Watts of the Cities Climate Leadership Group (C40)
How our cities are run and designed can have a huge impact on the carbon footprint we have as individuals.