The world is ruled by those who show up. And world leaders did show up last December in Paris to sign the first climate agreement that would shape climate action for decades to come and perhaps to the end...
The Climate Action Plan set out below could be implemented immediately in any country, without the need for an international agreement to be reached first. This avoids complicated negotiations and verifying implementation and progress in other nations. In nations with...
"Never in the history of the G7 has there been a bigger gap between their actions and the needs of the world. In the face of these challenges the G7 have chosen to cook the books on vaccines and...
As we move beyond the Paris Agreement, the climate credibility of the 195 countries which are signatories to the agreement will soon be tested. In December countries submitted their emissions reduction targets known as NDCs -- Nationally Determined Contributions. Now...
Pope Francis says that we all have an obligation to take action. We can’t let complacency or politics stand in the way of progress. As the CEO of The Climate Reality Project, I’m working along with our chairman, Al Gore,...
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...
The world’s biggest emitter decided to take some serious climate action – and in the process renewed our hope that we will beat the climate crisis. Source: The YEARS Project: We Can Solve This video Ten years ago, the idea that...