Margaret Klein (The Climate Psychologist) is one of the founders of The Climate Mobilization project. Although this project is focused on the American climate change challenge, people all around the globe are increasingly aware and deeply concerned about the...
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...
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...
The Summary for Policymakers of the Working Group I contribution to the Fifth Assessment Report was approved, and the full report accepted, by the IPCC on 27 September 2013. The visualization of climate change science data in this post...
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...
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,...
Youth Climate Report 2013 premiered at the United Nations’ COP19 climate summit in Warsaw in November and explores the basic science behind climate change, what’s going on currently and what we can do about it. Whichever camp you’re in, I hope you’ll put...
I'm pleased to welcome Dorsi Diaz as a guest blogger on BoomerWarrior. Dorsi is a Writer, a Climate Change Activist and an Art Educator. She writes at HubPages and is also the climate change reporter for the San Francisco Examiner. Dorsi is an...
The United Nations climate talks in Warsaw (Poland) have ended. Environmental groups and country representatives say little has been achieved, with a strong divide between developed and developing nations preventing any meaningful agreement. From the very first day of the meetings which...
In this post, Desmond Berghofer deals with what the next four decades might be like for our grandchildren. His writing on “the moral dimension of economics” paints a “disquieting picture of where current economic thinking and practice are taking...