Our education program engages hundreds of thousands of teachers, students and partners to educate and inspire the next generation of environmental leaders.
— Read on www.earthday.org/campaign/environmental-education/
More competitive electric markets, a Green New Deal, carbon farming and other ideas that could help slow global warming.
— Read on www.washingtonpost.com/news/opinions/wp/2019/01/02/feature/opinion-here-are-11-climate-change-policies-to-fight-for-in-2019/
Time is Overripe. Yes, Time is Way Past Due for Society To Rid Itself of Not Only War, Disease, Ignorance, Discrimination, Nuclear Weapons. But Now It Must Also Respond with Diligence to the Growing Unthinkable of RAMPED UP GLOBAL WARMING. We have Witnessed the Mounting Deaths, Misery, Environmental and Financial Losses from the Catastrophes of Extreme Climate Changes. We Have Been Blind to the Slow but Relentless Acceleration of Global Warming. But We Will Have No Choice to Face the Inevitability of Even More And Worsening Climate Change Catastrophes, in this Century, if We Do Not Act Right Now. NOTHING IS MORE SERIOUS THAN THIS! NOTHING! So Why is it that we are still not acting. What is keeping us from changing – from doing what we must do to save this society from committing global suicide of all that has evolved to live on this planet? What will it take.
Australia’s wildfires are yet more evidence that it’s time we woke up to climate change, Elizabeth Kolbert writes.
— Read on www.newyorker.com/magazine/2020/01/13/what-will-another-decade-of-climate-crisis-bring
A new analysis found 2019 was the hottest for the world’s oceans. The five hottest years have also been in the past five years.
— Read on www.nytimes.com/2020/01/13/climate/ocean-temperatures-climate-change.html