"California is catching a glimpse of its future summer weather. The view is a hellish one," writes Dana Nuccitelli in his latest Yale Climate Connections article featured in this post. As California Governor Gavin Newsom put it in a...
In 2015  humankind will face its greatest challenge ever - to achieve a binding global agreement to reduce carbon emissions and avert catastrophic run-away global warming. The Conference of the Parties will hold its next climate conference - COP21 - in Paris in December. 2015 will...
I'm pleased to welcome Kevin Hester as a new contributor to BoomerWarrior.Org. Kevin lives near Auckland, New Zealand. He believes that "abrupt climate change will lead to the end of most if not all complex life on this planet." The crisis...
As I engage relentlessly in the fight to mobilize a complacent public and encourage reluctant politicians to focus on climate change action, I've come to the conclusion that it makes no difference who is right and who is wrong about the...
The video summarizes and visualizes the data and some of the more significant statements in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's (IPCC) recent Fifth Assessment Report. The statements and facts presented are derived from the IPCC Working Group summary for...
Stephen Harper  made headlines for joining other G7 leaders in committing to "decarbonize" Canada's economy by 2100. For a brief, flickering moment it seemed Canada's Prime Minister had started to grasp the reality that tackling climate change means leaving...
The purpose of this post is to poke fun at the coal industry's unsuccessful bid to convince the world that coal is the way of the future. Fortunately, the coal industry's lies and misinformation will fail - just think...
Greta Thunberg's messages at the United Nations emergency meeting on climate change in New York are riveting. Her words, delivered with a blend of emotion, fear and anger, reflect the anxiety young people around the globe feel about what...
The following climate change cartoons are quite convincing. They can be a valuable aid in discussing the serious matter of the climate crisis we face with your friends or perhaps your elderly parents and of course your kids and...
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...