Does the climate crisis scare you? Does it keep you up at night? Grant Linney is an environmental educator trained by the Al Gore Climate Reality Project. Grant says he's scared scat-less about climate change. SCARED SCAT-LESS The global parade of...
At lease one third of the people in the world are gamers. Could climate change video games—playing for the planet—have a big impact in how we adapt to a climate-constrained world? Are we about to witness a new-wave of...
The 2022 What Canadians Really Think About Climate Change report highlights trends in Canadian attitudes about climate change that are important to climate communicators. In addition, the report identifies several challenges that stand in the way of creating a...
You don't need to be a scientist or climatologist to know something is not right. You just need to look out your window or look up. And yet, millions still won't see the warning signs. Why is climate denial...
In the early years of climate policy discussions—in the 1980s—adaptation to climate change was problematic for those advocating for the reduction of carbon emissions. Al Gore (Founder and Chairman of The Climate Reality Project) ridiculed the idea as a...
Don't Look Up takes a satirical look at how politicians, the media and society in general deal with planetary threats. In the movie, Leonardo DiCaprio plays an astronomer-scientist who tries to warn the US President of an approaching planet-killer comet...
"The emotional toll of the climate crisis has become an urgent crisis of its own," writes Rebecca Solnit in The Guardian's The long read series. Doing the hard work of confronting the climate crisis requires the right tools to...
Climate justice has evolved from the idea that the responsibility for climate change should lie with the world's worst climate offenders—the wealthy and the powerful. And yet the poorest and the most vulnerable are disproportionally impacted by global warming. (This...
António Guterres, secretary-general of the U.N., said in a statement (following the latest IPCC report on climate change) that the IPCC's latest findings are "a code red for humanity...The alarm bells are deafening, and the evidence is irrefutable: greenhouse gas...
Over seventy five percent (75%) of Canadians are truly worried about climate change and want a climate action agenda that is more bold and ambitious. Unfortunately, most supporters—45% of the Canadian public—fall into the muddled "moveable middle" where the...