In April of 2022, Prince Charles recorded a passionate message for the 7th Our Ocean Conference. As the Prince of Wales, his commitment to mobilizing world leaders and the public on climate action is well known. As the Climate...
Another sure sign that we are losing the war on climate is the unthinkable near-doubling of fossil fuel subsidies in 2021 at the same time greenhouse gases, sea levels and ocean heat all hit new highs. "The fossil fuel-driven...
The results of a recent study provide reason for optimism: The Paris Climate Agreement targets remain within reach in about three-quarters of the 100,000 model simulations run  through the year 2100. While significant uncertainties remain, the study envisions a...
New research shows that nearly 40% of developed fossil fuel reserves need to stay in the ground to keep the global 1.5ºC target alive says Collin Rees of Oil Change International in his recent email to contacts. Rees is...
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...
"Canada is warming, on average, at twice the global rate," says a recent Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation (University of Waterloo) report. "Urgent action is required NOW to manage risk and avoid worsening impacts — and ultimately FATALITIES —...
With the approval of the Bay du Nord offshore oil megaproject, Canada has now solidified its hold as the world's top climate con artist,rogue and villain. Bay du Nord is yet more evidence that Canada's Emissions Reduction Plan and...
"Instead of hitting the brakes on the decarbonization of the global economy" amid Russia's war on Ukraine, "now is the time to put the pedal to the metal towards a renewable energy future," said United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres....
"Humans are adapting to climate change, but it’s not even close to enough — and what little is being done becomes less effective as temperatures rise," writes Huffington Post.  Adaptation has its limits, both hard—no adaptive actions possible—and soft—options...
Many of the coming ravages of climate change are already baked in to the global heating our planet has already absorbed since the beginning of the industrial age. In some areas of the world, we are beyond safe limits...