On Monday, November 26, the 18th round of negotiations under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change will begin in Doha, Qatar. Just another step in decades of climate diplomacy. The following video will allow you to review the history of...
Unprecedented Climate Mobilization is the title of a book just released by authors Elizabeth Woodworth and David Ray Griffin. Although I'm pleased with the launch of the pan-Canadian framework for clean growth and climate change, it falls far short of the kind...
Countries like Canada which claim to be climate leaders cannot avoid planning for a managed decline of fossil fuels. But Canada is doing just the opposite by allowing for the ongoing expansion of fossil fuel infrastructure and production. We at...
Elizabeth Woodworth is a Canadian writer/librarian who attended the COP21 summit in Paris. Elizabeth is also my Facebook friend. We've developed a working relationship and supported each other in our respective work dedicated to a global climate revolution for all. Some time ago, Elizabeth...
I'm a Climate Reality leader and I'll be following 24 Hours of Reality on November 13-14. The following material is sourced from the Climate Reality initiatives leading up to the Paris climate talks starting at the end of November....
This post is largely inspired by A Short History of Progress authored by Ronald Wright. The title of the article, The Illusion of Progress is a recurring theme well documented by Wright. (Editor ~ Rolly Montpellier – BoomerWarrior) The Illusion...
As a Climate Reality Leader (Chicago 2013), I'm pleased to feature excerpts from the Halftime on the Road to Paris post from the Climate Reality site. (Rolly Montpellier ~ Editor, BoomerWarrior.Org). This Time Is Different One hundred and ninety-five. That’s how many countries...
As 2013 draws to a close, news aggregators, media organizations, bloggers and newspapers are racing to put out their best of and their worst of 2013 lists for just about everything you can think of - books, albums, movies,...
Climate change happens at home. It happens where we live and not just some faraway place halfway around the globe. Over half of the world's population lives in an urban region. And so it follows that ending climate change starts...
I'm a Climate Reality Leader (Chicago2013). As I reflect on the success of the thousands of events which happened around the globe on the weekend that preceded the start of the COP21 climate talks, I'm pleased to feature this...