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Attitudes & coping strategies on climate

Mapua University's Carvey Maigue is a finalist in the James Dyson Award 2020 for the system.

This Filipino Student Invented Solar Windows Made from Rotten Vegetables

Mapua University's Carvey Maigue is a finalist in the James Dyson Award 2020 for the system.

The Skies Look Grimly – Artists & Climate Change

Lost Skies

As an artist, my goal is to elicit transformative sensory, cognitive and visceral experiences. To do so, I use cutting-edge technology as a vehicle for biomimicry (nature-inspired design). My appro…

Stop making sense: why it's time to get emotional about climate change | Rebecca Huntley

The science has been settled to the highest degree, so now the key to progress is understanding our psychological reactions

Is it time to reassess our relationship with nature? - BBC Ideas

Is it time to reassess our relationship with nature? - BBC Ideas

Is it time to reassess our relationship with nature? - BBC Ideas

Why I don't have a child: my climate crisis anxiety | US news | The Guardian

Why I don't have a child: my climate crisis anxiety

If I don’t think the world will be livable in the future, how can I bring a child into it?

We are not only disproportionately affected by the climate crisis, but we carry a pain that comes from a long history of racial terror.

People of Color Experience Climate Grief More Deeply Than White People

We are not only disproportionately affected by the climate crisis, but we carry a pain that comes from a long history of racial terror.

Climate movements

The campaign to end oil sponsorship has won an award! – Culture Unstained

The campaign to end oil sponsorship has won an award! – Culture Unstained

'We've had so many wins': why the green movement can overcome climate crisis | Environmental activism | The Guardian

'We've had so many wins': why the green movement can overcome climate crisis

Leaded petrol, acid rain, CFCs … the last 50 years of environmental action have shown how civil society can force governments and business to change

Polar Bear Facts & Conservation - Polar Bears International

Polar Bear Facts & Conservation

Polar Bear Facts & Conservation - Polar Bears International

Class action to stop planned coal mine extension filed by climate action-focused Australian teenagers - ABC News

Teenagers sue the Australian Government to prevent coal mine extension on behalf of 'young people everywhere'

A class action launched on behalf of young people everywhere seeks an injunction to stop the Australian Government approving an extension to Whitehaven's Vickery coal mine, arguing it will harm young people by exacerbating climate change.

Tufton Street and News International Actions Show that Extinction Rebellion is Evolving – Byline Times

Tufton Street and News International Actions Show that Extinction Rebellion is Evolving – Byline Times

Stephen Colegrave talks to co-founder of the Writer’s Rebel group, Jessica Townsend, about their shifting strategy and where XR is heading next Jessica Townsend joined Extinction Rebellion (XR) early on and was present at the declaration and the first rebellion. Originally, she didn’t intend to become an environmental activist but was writing her first novel […]

'Freeing the truth' – Extinction Rebellion activists on their week of action | Extinction Rebellion | The Guardian

'Freeing the truth' – Extinction Rebellion activists on their week of action

From blockading printers to meditating outside Barclays, the climate crisis campaign is drawing a variety of participants

Dear Government - Stories From the Rebellion | Extinction Rebellion UK - YouTube

Dear Government - Stories From the Rebellion | Extinction Rebellion UK

Dear Government - Stories From the Rebellion | Extinction Rebellion UK - YouTube

Extinction Rebellion plans bank holiday weekend 'uprising' | Extinction Rebellion | The Guardian

Extinction Rebellion plans bank holiday weekend 'uprising'

Climate protests including ‘funeral march’ due to take place across UK, with focus on airports

Tessa Khan: ‘Litigation is a powerful tool in the environmental crisis’ | Life and style | The Guardian

Tessa Khan: ‘Litigation is a powerful tool in the environmental crisis’

When a court in the Netherlands ruled its government’s actions unlawful, it inspired others to hold big polluters to account

Exclusive: A year after British parliament declared a climate emergency, the potential new bill would substantially amend the Climate Change Act 2008

Campaigners call for climate crisis to be enshrined in law

Exclusive: A year after British parliament declared a climate emergency, the potential new bill would substantially amend the Climate Change Act 2008

Last decade was Earth's hottest on record as climate crisis accelerates | Climate change | The Guardian

Last decade was Earth's hottest on record as climate crisis accelerates

2019 was second or third hottest year ever recorded, with average global temperature of last 10 years up 0.39C than long-term average

Bad ancestors: does the climate crisis violate the rights of those yet to be born?

The long read: Our environmental vandalism has made urgent the question of ethical responsibilities across decades and centuries

The faulty science, doomism, and flawed conclusions of Deep Adaptation | openDemocracy

The faulty science, doomism, and flawed conclusions of Deep Adaptation

The faulty science, doomism, and flawed conclusions of Deep Adaptation | openDemocracy

Climate change rose quickly up the political agenda in Denmark in 2019, and an ambitious climate law followed in 2020 (Credit: Getty Images)

The law that could make climate change illegal

One of the most robust laws on climate change yet has been created in Denmark. Can legislation really make failing to act on climate change illegal?

Cancelled climate march in Paris leads to shoe protest

Thousands of shoes are laid out in Paris' Place de la République after a climate change protest is cancelled due to security reasons ahead of Monday's international climate negotiations

No, climate action can't be separated from social justice | Julian Brave NoiseCat | Opinion | The Guardian

No, climate action can't be separated from social justice | Julian Brave NoiseCat

Elites who divorce climate policy from social justice are almost as out of touch as those who deny climate science altogether

Tina Ngata – The Non-Plastic Maori

Article 6 and Carbon Credit Denial: We’re More Trumpy Than We Admit.

I’ve been watching the events at COP25 in Madrid, as always, am very proud of those representing our Indigenous interests. In particular I am noting Article 6 of the Paris Agreement featuring…

Opinion: If you care about the planet, you must dismantle white supremacy | Grist

If you care about the planet, you must dismantle white supremacy

It’s time for strong commitments to racial justice from every corner of the climate movement.

Climate talk

Official Website of Matthew Pye - MatthewPye.eu

Official Website of Matthew Pye - MatthewPye.eu

Official Website of Matthew Pye - MatthewPye.eu

‘Framing’ Climate Threats: Why We Need To Appeal To Values, Not Just The Intellect | by Gavin Lamb, PhD | Wild Ones | Medium

‘Framing’ Climate Threats: Why We Need To Appeal To Values, Not Just The Intellect

In a 2009 academic article, What’s next for science communication? Promising directions and lingering distractions, professors Matthew Nisbet and Dietram Scheufele review decades of research on the…

'Solastalgia': Arctic inhabitants overwhelmed by new form of climate grief | Environment | The Guardian

'Solastalgia': Arctic inhabitants overwhelmed by new form of climate grief

Solastalgia means a feeling of homesickness without ever leaving home and for Inuit in Canada’s north it is the psychological impact of the climate crisis

5 Words We Need to Stop Using in Climate Change Conversations | by Tabitha Whiting | Oct, 2020 | Medium

5 Words We Need to Stop Using in Climate Change Conversations

I’m not saying that language is what’s stopping us from adequately addressing the climate emergency. But I am saying that it has a part to play, and that some of the words commonly used around the…

How to Tell Compelling Climate Stories | by Krista Kurth Ph.D. | Climate Conscious | Aug, 2020 | Medium

How to Tell Compelling Climate Stories

When was the last time you talked with your friends, family or colleagues about the climate crisis? Some issues are too urgent not to discuss–and climate change is one of them. Use these tips to help your loved ones understand why you care and what you are doing to help address it.

Introducing the Imagination Sundial – Rob Hopkins

Introducing the Imagination Sundial

We know it’s only part of the picture, as one could never hope to capture the full unknowing wonder that is the imagination. But it’s often the part, when shown in talks, that people take photos of…

We Need To Talk: Marriage Counseling with Capitalism Itself

Marriage Counseling with Capitalism

> Writing by Rhys Lindmark [/] > Illustrations by Audra Jacobi [https://audraillustration.wixsite.com/portfolio/illustration-1] We are viewing a relationship therapy session between HUMANITY, CAPITALISM, POST-CAPITALISM, and a THERAPIST. THERAPIST: Hello everyone. Welcome to today’s relationship therapy session. Humanity, how are you doing on this beautiful Monday? HUMANITY: I’m stressed. And tired. Yeah, it’s a tough time. Maybe some green tea might help? Thank you. And Capitalism, how are…

Faster Than We Thought: What Stories Will Survive Climate Change? | Literary Hub

Faster Than We Thought: What Stories Will Survive Climate Change?

I grew up in Qatar, a tiny peninsula off the eastern coast of Saudi Arabia. Less than a century ago, before the boom, it was a desolate corner of the world, home to Bedouin tribes, shepherds, fishe…

Play for resilience

Way Beyond Wind Chimes: Kinetic Sculpture

This summer when I visited on Orcas Island, Washington, my sister took us to see a remarkable outdoor art gallery. The artist, Anthony Howe, works primarily in stainless steel, though he also uses …

The Gratitude Game: Pick-Up Sticks

Want to help your kids learn about gratitude? Play the gratitude game with them. It's a fun game that the whole family will enjoy!

Simple Ways to Transform Your Garden into a Playground Paradise

Here are 11 ways to make your back (or front) yard the perfect kids play space.

42 Days of Summer — The Wild Network

42 Days of Summer — The Wild Network

We’ve teamed up with Smart Energy GB and TV presenter, Helen Skelton, to create ‘42 Days of Summer’ - a checklist of daily activities for you to take part in, all geared around having fun whilst saving energy. From creating a time capsule to becoming an energy-waste detective, there is a whole hos

Journey Sticks

Journey Sticks: Ideas for activities on a walk with a stick to help you remember it.

Outdoor Memory Game: A Fun, Forest-School Inspired Nature Activity for Preschool and Beyond

This memory game is a classic nature activity and an instant hit with kids of all ages. Fun outdoor activity both at home and at school!.

Climate denial & corruption

Big oil and gas have a lot invested in Trump’s attack on the election system | Environment | The Guardian

Big oil and gas have a lot invested in Trump’s attack on the election system | Jonathan Watts

Far-right Republicans and their fossil-fuel donors are terrified, says Jonathan Watts, the Guardian’s global environment editor

Science and Climate Journalists Challenge Amy Coney Barrett’s Nomination to the Supreme Court | by Yasmin Tayag | Oct, 2020 | Future Human

Science and Climate Journalists Challenge Amy Coney Barrett’s Nomination to the Supreme Court

On Sunday, a day before Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed as a U.S. Supreme Court Justice, a group of over 70 science and climate journalists published an op-ed in Rolling Stone challenging her…

Banks lent £1.9tn linked to ecosystem and wildlife destruction in 2019 – report | Banking | The Guardian

Banks lent $2.6tn linked to ecosystem and wildlife destruction in 2019 – report

Lack of policies regulating impact on natural world means finance industry effectively bankrolling biodiversity loss, analysis finds

Revealed: the full extent of Trump’s ‘meat cleaver’ assault on US wilderness | Environment | The Guardian

Revealed: the full extent of Trump’s ‘meat cleaver’ assault on US wilderness

Revealed: the full extent of Trump’s ‘meat cleaver’ assault on US wilderness | Environment | The Guardian

Climate denial ads on Facebook seen by millions, report finds | Climate science denial | The Guardian

Climate denial ads on Facebook seen by millions, report finds

The ads included calling climate change a hoax and were paid for by conservative US groups

BlackRock’s silence on forest destruction | by Friends of the Earth | Medium

BlackRock’s silence on forest destruction

Since 2012, BlackRock has had 15 chances to vote in favor of shareholder resolutions to halt deforestation. One hundred percent of the time, it voted against action on deforestation.

Discussion Paper: Big Oil Reality Check — Assessing Oil And Gas Climate Plans - Oil Change International

Discussion Paper: Big Oil Reality Check — Assessing Oil And Gas Climate Plans - Oil Change International

Climate, Clicks, Capitalism, and Conspiracists | by Friends of the Earth | Aug, 2020 | Medium

Climate, Clicks, Capitalism, and Conspiracists

Big Tech is finally coming for QAnon, but it still doesn’t look good. Twitter, TikTok and Facebook took steps to curb the spread of the far-right QAnon conspiracy, which claims Donald Trump is waging…

Biologists warn ‘extinction denial’ is the latest anti-science conspiracy theory

Biologists warn ‘extinction denial’ is the latest anti-science conspiracy theory

Biodiversity scientists are being urged to “fight the creeping rise of extinction denial” that has spread from fringe blogs to influential media outlets and even into a U.S. Congressional hearing. The call to arms came in a paper published in Nature Ecology & Evolution last month by Alexander Lees, senior lecturer in conservation biology at […]

Tufton Street and News International Actions Show that Extinction Rebellion is Evolving – Byline Times

Tufton Street and News International Actions Show that Extinction Rebellion is Evolving – Byline Times

Stephen Colegrave talks to co-founder of the Writer’s Rebel group, Jessica Townsend, about their shifting strategy and where XR is heading next Jessica Townsend joined Extinction Rebellion (XR) early on and was present at the declaration and the first rebellion. Originally, she didn’t intend to become an environmental activist but was writing her first novel […]

Revealed: how the gas industry is waging war against climate action | Gas | The Guardian

Revealed: how the gas industry is waging war against climate action

In a nationwide blitz, gas companies and their allies fight climate efforts that they consider an existential threat to their business

'As the tundra burns, we cannot afford climate silence': a letter from the Arctic | Climate change | The Guardian

'As the tundra burns, we cannot afford climate silence': a letter from the Arctic | Victoria Herrmann

I study the Arctic. The decision to withdraw from the Paris climate accord is reprehensible. But we can’t give up hope

Big oil remembers 'friend' Trump with millions in campaign funds | US news | The Guardian

Big oil remembers 'friend' Trump with millions in campaign funds

Donations to support the president’s re-election have flooded in from a fossil fuel industry that has enjoyed three years of energy deregulation and tax cuts

The four types of climate denier, and why you should ignore them all | Climate science denial | The Guardian

The four types of climate denier, and why you should ignore them all | Damian Carrington

The shill, the grifter, the egomaniac and the ideological fool: each distorts the urgent global debate in their own way, says the Guardian’s Environment editor, Damian Carrington

How the global climate fight could be lost if Trump is re-elected | US news | The Guardian

How the global climate fight could be lost if Trump is re-elected

The US will officially exit the Paris accord one day after the 2020 US election and architects of that deal say the stakes could not be higher

Elon Musk, Greta Thunberg, Rishi Sunak, Donald Trump — trees suddenly have an eclectic mix of fans, all drawn to the apparent simplicity of their carbon-locking power. Now Big Oil has joined the party, in a big way.

Investigation: The Problem with Big Oil’s ‘Forest Fever’

Elon Musk, Greta Thunberg, Rishi Sunak, Donald Trump — trees suddenly have an eclectic mix of fans, all drawn to the apparent simplicity of their carbon-locking power. Now Big Oil has joined the party, in a big way.

US push to dilute energy regulations as bailouts to fossil fuel firms | US news | The Guardian

US push to dilute energy regulations as bailouts to fossil fuel firms

Trump’s energy secretary Dan Brouillette promotes ‘all fuels’ free-market strategy at climate and sustainability summit

Discourses of climate delay

Discourses of climate delay

Discourses of climate delay

Anderson’s latest research argues the UK’s planned reductions in emissions, even if it hits net zero by 2050, would be two or three times greater than its fair share of emissions under the landmark 2015 Paris agreement, where countries agreed to hold global increases in temperature to “well below 2C  and to pursue 1.5C”.

Government climate advisers running scared of change, says leading scientist

Rapid transformation needed, Kevin Anderson says, particularly in lifestyles of rich

JPMorgan Economists Warn Of Climate Catastrophe - Citizen Truth - Medium

JPMorgan Economists Warn Of Climate Catastrophe - Citizen Truth

Economists at JPMorgan Chase, the world's largest financier of fossil fuels, warned in a leaked document that the climate crisis has put Earth "on an unsustainable trajectory," and that something must change "if the human race is going to survive,” reported the Guardian on Friday.

Inside the Fossil Fuel Industry’s Plan to Profit From Climate Change

Inside the Fossil Fuel Industry’s Plan to Profit From Climate Change

I went to one of Shell’s private meetings and took notes. “Inside the Fossil Fuel Industry’s Plan to Profit From Climate Change” is published by New York Magazine in New York Magazine.

Geoengineering

Bioengineering Could be the Answer to Dirt-Free Dams - GeoLog

Scientists are building walls of willow trees in the Southern French Alps gullies to trap dirt that blocks hydroelectric dams downstream. Sediment in rainwater washes off the steep valley slopes in the Francon marly basin into gullies. These smaller waterways then feed larger rivers. When the water reaches the slower-moving reservoirs above dams, the sediment drops out and settles behind the barrage. This can cause big problems as dams are only engineered to withstand a set about of force…

Just Stopping Emissions May No Longer Be Enough to Stop Global Warming | by Drew Costley | Nov, 2020 | Future Human

Just Stopping Emissions May No Longer Be Enough to Stop Global Warming

Earlier this year, the Earth saw a huge dip in carbon emissions as nations around the globe locked down to slow the spread of the coronavirus. It offered a glimpse into what the world might look like…

Nature connection

30 Days of Reconnection – Biomimicry Institute

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Urgency or long view

Six Ways to Think Long-term. A Cognitive Toolkit for Good Ancestors | by Roman Krznaric | The Long Now Foundation | Jul, 2020 | Medium

Six Ways to Think Long-term

Human beings have an astonishing evolutionary gift: agile imaginations that can shift in an instant from thinking on a scale of seconds to a scale of years or even centuries. Our minds constantly…

Climate Adaptation

UK infrastructure inadequate for climate emergency, experts warn | Environment | The Guardian

UK infrastructure inadequate for climate emergency, experts warn

British building stock is ill-suited to modern heatwaves, infrastructure experts say

Adapting to a warmer UK - Committee on Climate Change

Climate Change Committee

Adapting to a warmer UK - Committee on Climate Change

Climate Health

Simulating The Bodily Pain Of Future Climate Change : 13.7: Cosmos And Culture : NPR

Simulating The Bodily Pain Of Future Climate Change

People can't simulate realistic, internal sensations, like temperature change or pain — which is a reason why more people aren't terrified by climate change, says guest blogger Lisa Feldman Barrett.

School & youth climate strikes

Climate strikers are back on the streets! - YouTube

Climate strikers are back on the streets!

Climate strikers are back on the streets! - YouTube

Young people resume global climate strikes calling for urgent action | School climate strikes | The Guardian

Young people resume global climate strikes calling for urgent action

Greta Thunberg leads protests as Covid rules restrict numbers compared with last year

Kids vs. Feds: Fate of Historic Climate Lawsuit in 4 Days

A critical hearing in the landmark climate change lawsuit brought by 21 youth plaintiffs will take place in four days at a federal courthouse in Eugene, Oregon.

Love in time of crisis

Why I don't have a child: my climate crisis anxiety | US news | The Guardian

Why I don't have a child: my climate crisis anxiety

If I don’t think the world will be livable in the future, how can I bring a child into it?

Rebellion, Care, and the Queer Ecology of Steven Universe - Edge Effects

The Queer Ecology of Steven Universe

When the revolution is won, what comes next? Gardiner Brown finds a model for queer envionmental care in the Cartoon Network show Steven Universe.

Ruth Mundy - Love in the Time of Coral Reefs

Ruth Mundy - Love in the Time of Coral Reefs. Original live recording. All rights reserved (c) Ruth Mundy 2016

I am sitting in a hotel room in D.C., still in bed under the covers at noon, unable to move until I absolutely have to for a work thing, cycling through the catalogue of losses: sea turtles, because when the sand is too hot no male turtles are born; most birds, forced to shift their habitats and migratory patterns to f

Mothering in the Age of Extinction

I am sitting in a hotel room in D.C., still in bed under the covers at noon, unable to move until I absolutely have to for a work thing, cycling through the catalogue of losses: sea turtles, because when the sand is too hot no male turtles are born; most birds, forced to shift their habitats and migratory patterns t...

Other Pins

Official Website of Matthew Pye - MatthewPye.eu

Official Website of Matthew Pye - MatthewPye.eu

Official Website of Matthew Pye - MatthewPye.eu

The campaign to end oil sponsorship has won an award! – Culture Unstained

The campaign to end oil sponsorship has won an award! – Culture Unstained

Mapua University's Carvey Maigue is a finalist in the James Dyson Award 2020 for the system.

This Filipino Student Invented Solar Windows Made from Rotten Vegetables

Mapua University's Carvey Maigue is a finalist in the James Dyson Award 2020 for the system.

Big oil and gas have a lot invested in Trump’s attack on the election system | Environment | The Guardian

Big oil and gas have a lot invested in Trump’s attack on the election system | Jonathan Watts

Far-right Republicans and their fossil-fuel donors are terrified, says Jonathan Watts, the Guardian’s global environment editor

Way Beyond Wind Chimes: Kinetic Sculpture

This summer when I visited on Orcas Island, Washington, my sister took us to see a remarkable outdoor art gallery. The artist, Anthony Howe, works primarily in stainless steel, though he also uses …

Bioengineering Could be the Answer to Dirt-Free Dams - GeoLog

Scientists are building walls of willow trees in the Southern French Alps gullies to trap dirt that blocks hydroelectric dams downstream. Sediment in rainwater washes off the steep valley slopes in the Francon marly basin into gullies. These smaller waterways then feed larger rivers. When the water reaches the slower-moving reservoirs above dams, the sediment drops out and settles behind the barrage. This can cause big problems as dams are only engineered to withstand a set about of force…

Just Stopping Emissions May No Longer Be Enough to Stop Global Warming | by Drew Costley | Nov, 2020 | Future Human

Just Stopping Emissions May No Longer Be Enough to Stop Global Warming

Earlier this year, the Earth saw a huge dip in carbon emissions as nations around the globe locked down to slow the spread of the coronavirus. It offered a glimpse into what the world might look like…

‘Framing’ Climate Threats: Why We Need To Appeal To Values, Not Just The Intellect | by Gavin Lamb, PhD | Wild Ones | Medium

‘Framing’ Climate Threats: Why We Need To Appeal To Values, Not Just The Intellect

In a 2009 academic article, What’s next for science communication? Promising directions and lingering distractions, professors Matthew Nisbet and Dietram Scheufele review decades of research on the…

Science and Climate Journalists Challenge Amy Coney Barrett’s Nomination to the Supreme Court | by Yasmin Tayag | Oct, 2020 | Future Human

Science and Climate Journalists Challenge Amy Coney Barrett’s Nomination to the Supreme Court

On Sunday, a day before Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed as a U.S. Supreme Court Justice, a group of over 70 science and climate journalists published an op-ed in Rolling Stone challenging her…

Banks lent £1.9tn linked to ecosystem and wildlife destruction in 2019 – report | Banking | The Guardian

Banks lent $2.6tn linked to ecosystem and wildlife destruction in 2019 – report

Lack of policies regulating impact on natural world means finance industry effectively bankrolling biodiversity loss, analysis finds

Revealed: the full extent of Trump’s ‘meat cleaver’ assault on US wilderness | Environment | The Guardian

Revealed: the full extent of Trump’s ‘meat cleaver’ assault on US wilderness

Revealed: the full extent of Trump’s ‘meat cleaver’ assault on US wilderness | Environment | The Guardian

'Solastalgia': Arctic inhabitants overwhelmed by new form of climate grief | Environment | The Guardian

'Solastalgia': Arctic inhabitants overwhelmed by new form of climate grief

Solastalgia means a feeling of homesickness without ever leaving home and for Inuit in Canada’s north it is the psychological impact of the climate crisis

5 Words We Need to Stop Using in Climate Change Conversations | by Tabitha Whiting | Oct, 2020 | Medium

5 Words We Need to Stop Using in Climate Change Conversations

I’m not saying that language is what’s stopping us from adequately addressing the climate emergency. But I am saying that it has a part to play, and that some of the words commonly used around the…

'We've had so many wins': why the green movement can overcome climate crisis | Environmental activism | The Guardian

'We've had so many wins': why the green movement can overcome climate crisis

Leaded petrol, acid rain, CFCs … the last 50 years of environmental action have shown how civil society can force governments and business to change

Climate denial ads on Facebook seen by millions, report finds | Climate science denial | The Guardian

Climate denial ads on Facebook seen by millions, report finds

The ads included calling climate change a hoax and were paid for by conservative US groups

BlackRock’s silence on forest destruction | by Friends of the Earth | Medium

BlackRock’s silence on forest destruction

Since 2012, BlackRock has had 15 chances to vote in favor of shareholder resolutions to halt deforestation. One hundred percent of the time, it voted against action on deforestation.