Tag: climate change movement
Radical tactics are likely to help the climate movement, not hurt...
Why are people resorting to these tactics? The common view among activists is that conventional methods have failed to bring about any meaningful change on climate issues.
Greta Thunberg accuses world leaders of ‘pure madness’ for climate failures...
"Are we fighting to save ourselves and our living planet or are we fighting to maintain business as usual? Our leaders say we can have both, but the harsh truth is that is not possible."
Kick fossil fuel interests out of climate policy process, campaigners urge
A broad coalition of 138 green groups submitted an open letter calling for decision-makers to address the “elephant in the room holding back global climate ambition: the fossil fuel industry and its lobbying.”
COP 26: Can a singing, dancing rebellion save the world?
COP Twenty-six! That is how many times the UN has assembled world leaders to try to tackle the climate crisis. But the...
Report examines ‘Net Zero’ climate strategies, finds corporate plans lacking in...
A “Net Zero” carbon emissions approach, the keystone of many government and corporate strategies on climate change, is a pollute now, pay later strategy, a new report argues.
Climate paralysis? Try multisolving
There’s an approach called “multisolving” that can move us from paralysis to action.
The kind of heroes we need to actually save the planet
Collectively, we can embody a new type of hero that challenges mainstream iconography.
How the youth climate movement is influencing the green recovery from...
The vibrant protests that catapulted climate change to the political fore are actually needed now more than ever.
Failed action on the climate crisis makes resistance imperative
It is this reality that is spurring people around the world to take action in the growing global climate emergency movement.
Climate activists bring insurgent message to Exxon shareholder meeting: #ExxonKnew, it’s...
“It’s time Exxon pay for its destruction. For years, I've seen the rise of extreme oil and gas extraction – fracking and tar sands – and increasingly extreme weather events of the climate crisis.
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