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Response to climate emergency

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Rewilding
Money & divestment
Justice & reparations
Geoengineering
Nature connection
Urgency or long view
Attitudes & coping strategies on climate
Climate Adaptation
Climate Health
Climate movements
School & youth climate strikes
Love in time of crisis
Climate talk
Play for resilience
Climate denial & corruption

Rewilding

Can we design a better world? Or should the question be, can we rewild a better world? | by Olivia Sprinkel | Jun, 2021 | Medium Eden Project, Cherry Tree, Worlds Of Fun, Trees To Plant, The Locals, Jun, Sustainability, Garden Sculpture, Woodland

Can we design a better world? Or should the question be, can we rewild a better world?

Last week, I went to the London Design Biennale. The theme was ‘Can we design a better world?’ The star of the show was the Forest for Change, the 400 trees temporarily planted in the grand courtyard…

Money & divestment

‘Reckless’: G20 states subsidised fossil fuels by $3tn since 2015, says report | Fossil fuels | The Guardian Environmental News, Paris Climate, Climate Action, Fire Powers, Our Environment, Coal Mining, Sustainable Development, Oil And Gas

‘Reckless’: G20 states subsidised fossil fuels by $3tn since 2015, says report

Support for coal, oil and gas remains high despite pledges to tackle climate crisis

Regulate business to tackle climate crisis, urges Mark Carney | Climate change | The Guardian Coming Out Party, International Energy Agency, Liberal Party, Build A Better World, Right To Choose, Carbon Offset, Justin Trudeau, Keynote Speakers

Regulate business to tackle climate crisis, urges Mark Carney

Former Bank chief says governments must act as free markets will not reduce emissions alone

Justice & reparations

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Resources | Framing Climate Justice

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The climate crisis is a crime that should be prosecuted | Mark Hertsgaard | The Guardian Big Oil, About Climate Change, Climate Action, Greenhouse Gases, Global News, Global Warming, People Around The World, The Guardian

The climate crisis is a crime that should be prosecuted | Mark Hertsgaard

Fossil fuel companies lied for decades about climate change, and humanity is paying the price. Shouldn’t those lies be central to the public narrative?

Geoengineering

An Indigenous Group’s Objection to Geoengineering Spurs a Debate About Social Justice in Climate Science - Inside Climate News Indigenous Knowledge, Ozone Layer, Social Justice, Things To Think About, Science, Group, News

An Indigenous Group’s Objection to Geoengineering Spurs a Debate About Social Justice in Climate Science - Inside Climate News

It was February in northern Sweden and the sun was returning after a dark winter. In the coming months the tundra would reawaken with lichens and shrubs for reindeer to forage in the permafrost encrusted Scandinavian mountain range. But the changing season also brought some unwelcome news to the Indigenous Sámi people, who live across […]

An Indigenous Group’s Objection to Geoengineering Spurs a Debate About Social Justice in Climate Science - Inside Climate News Indigenous Knowledge, Ozone Layer, Global Warming, Social Justice, Science, Group, News

An Indigenous Group’s Objection to Geoengineering Spurs a Debate About Social Justice in Climate Science - Inside Climate News

It was February in northern Sweden and the sun was returning after a dark winter. In the coming months the tundra would reawaken with lichens and shrubs for reindeer to forage in the permafrost encrusted Scandinavian mountain range. But the changing season also brought some unwelcome news to the Indigenous Sámi people, who live across […]

Nature connection

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Urgency or long view

  International Energy Agency, Energy Companies, Energy Projects, Our Environment, Greenhouse Gases, World Market, Renewable Energy, The Guardian, Science And Technology

Emissions will hit record high by 2023 if green recovery fails, says IEA

Worldwide energy body warns more must be done to help developing countries give up fossil fuels

Here’s What Climate Scientists Are Really Saying About This Catastrophic Summer – Mother Jones Nevada Water, Lake Mead, Water Waste, Hoover Dam, Mother Jones, Very Scary, Colorado River, Water Spray, Save Water

None of the old rules still apply when the driest city in the US faces a catastrophic drought

"We live in a desert. We have to act like it."

A heatwave in Seattle? Extreme weather is no longer ‘unprecedented’ – it has become the norm | Arwa Mahdawi | The Guardian Road Pavement, Parks Department, National Weather, Hawaii News, Alaska Airlines, Across The Border, Extreme Weather, Extreme Heat, What Happened To You

A heatwave in Seattle? Extreme weather is no longer ‘unprecedented’ | Arwa Mahdawi

This is serious enough for the 1% to start building bunkers ready for environmental collapse, says Guardian columnist Arwa Mahdawi

Attitudes & coping strategies on climate

33% believed that the country where they live was contributing to climate change. International Energy Agency, Consumer Behaviour, Children Images, Save The Planet, Global Warming, The Guardian, About Uk, Climate Change, Behavior

Small majority believe there is still time to avert climate disaster – survey

Survey in 16 countries finds just over half of consumers believe their own behaviour can help

Climate Adaptation

Billions needed to protect Glasgow from climate effects, report says | Glasgow | The Guardian Severe Weather, Extreme Weather, Glasgow City, Weather Warnings, Wet Spot, Vacant Land, Strong Wind, North Sea

Billions needed to protect Glasgow from climate effects, report says

Study says 2m in Clyde area – due to host Cop26 – face severe disruption without urgent investment

Climate Health

Wildfire smoke and health: 5 questions answered Nasa Images, Columbia River Gorge, Dry Leaf, Indian Creek, Eagle Creek, Question And Answer, Climate Action, Northern California, British Columbia

Wildfire smoke and health: 5 questions answered

Wildfires in California have triggered a public health emergency. One threat is smoke inhalation: Some air readings have registered pollution levels comparable to bad air days in Beijing or Mumbai.

Climate movements

Politicians from across world call for ‘global green deal’ to tackle climate crisis | Climate change | The Guardian People Around The World, Around The Worlds, Latest Science News, Greenhouse Gases, Extreme Weather, Politicians, Natural Disasters, The Guardian, Natural World

Politicians from across world call for ‘global green deal’ to tackle climate crisis

New alliance urges governments to work together to deliver a just transition to a green economy

Politicians from across world call for ‘global green deal’ to tackle climate crisis | Climate change | The Guardian Greenhouse Effect, Greenhouse Gases, Carbon Sink, Risk Analysis, Colorado State University, Sea Level Rise, Amazon Rainforest, Global Warming, The Guardian

Politicians from across world call for ‘global green deal’ to tackle climate crisis

New alliance urges governments to work together to deliver a just transition to a green economy

Economic growth is closely linked to increases in production, consumption and resource use and has detrimental effects on the natural environment and human health. It is unlikely that a long-lasting, absolute decoupling of economic growth from environmental pressures and impacts can be achieved at the global scale; therefore, societies need to rethink what is meant by growth and progress and their meaning for global sustainability. Green Politics, Peak Oil, Environment Agency, Environmental Degradation, What Is Meant, Circular Economy, Greenhouse Gases, Sustainability, Europe

Growth without economic growth

Economic growth is closely linked to increases in production, consumption and resource use and has detrimental effects on the natural environment and human health. It is unlikely that a long-lasting, absolute decoupling of economic growth from environmental pressures and impacts can be achieved at the global scale; therefore, societies need to rethink what is meant by growth and progress and their meaning for global sustainability.

Growth without economic growth — European Environment Agency Environment Agency, Something To Do, Maine, No Response

Relative change in main global economic and environmental indicators

The figure shows the relative change in main global economic and environmental indicators from 1970 to 2018

School & youth climate strikes

Naomi Leung and fellow high school students leading Climate Education Reform BC believe schools must educate students to understand climate change is real and it will change everything. Education Reform, Education System, School Strike, Direct Action, About Climate Change, Fight For Us, Justin Trudeau, High School Students, Schools

Students want the truth about climate change

Naomi Leung and fellow high school students leading Climate Education Reform BC believe schools must educate students to understand climate change is real and it will change everything.

Cop26: young people to interview ministers on stage, government says | Cop26: Glasgow climate change conference 2021 | The Guardian Private Finance, School Strike, Global Summit, Green Initiatives, Youth Day, Climate Action, Young People, The Guardian, Climate Change

Cop26: young people to interview ministers on stage, government says

Global summit to be held in Glasgow in November will be ‘most inclusive’ ever, says spokesperson

Love in time of crisis

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Climate talk

People in the UK want bold climate action – why aren’t politicians listening? | Carys Roberts | The Guardian Environmental Justice, Environmental Issues, Oil Platform, Engineering Companies, London Stock Exchange, Uk Companies, Home Insulation, Oil Industry, Climate Action

People in the UK want bold climate action – why aren’t politicians listening? | Carys Roberts

Across the country, citizens’ juries have shown strong support for ambitious green policies that improve lives, says IPPR executive director Carys Roberts

How to talk about climate change — Possible Conversation Images, Asian Image, About Climate Change, Nerd, Feel Tired, Feeling Happy, How To Know, Women Empowerment, Workplace

How to talk about climate change — Possible

Our top tips for having productive conversations about the climate emergency.

Play for resilience

OAEC's School Garden Teacher Training supports school teams in creating and sustaining garden-based ecological literacy programs. Occidental California, Ecology Center, Water Energy, Agriculture Farming, Sustainable Energy, Backyard Projects, Permaculture, Hydroponics, Organic Gardening

Resilient Schools Training - Occidental Arts & Ecology Center

Resilient schools are thriving, place-based communities with the capacity to adapt to changing academic, economic and ecological conditions over time.

Climate denial & corruption

How a powerful US lobby group helps big oil to block climate action | Oil | The Guardian Royal Dutch Shell, Environmental Protection Agency, Big Oil, About Climate Change, Oil Industry, Climate Action, Country Signs, Republican Party, Oil And Gas

How a powerful US lobby group helps big oil to block climate action

The American Petroleum Institute receives millions from oil companies – and works behinds the scenes to stall or weaken legislation

A senior ExxonMobil lobbyist has been captured on camera revealing how the oil giant is using its power and influence to water down US climate legislation. We Are All Connected, Big Oil, Nuclear Deal, Climate Action, Environmental Issues, Global News, Republican Party, Global Warming, The Guardian

Revealed: ExxonMobil’s lobbying war on climate change legislation

They're America's biggest oil company - committed they claim, to tackling the climate emergency. But tonight this programme can reveal undercover footage of ...

Big oil and gas kept a dirty secret for decades. Now they may pay the price | Climate change | The Guardian Global Cooling, Gas Company, Big Oil, Oil Industry, Energy Companies, In Law Suite, Oil And Gas, Global Warming, The Guardian

Big oil and gas kept a dirty secret for decades. Now they may pay the price

With an unprecedented wave of lawsuits, America’s petroleum giants face a reckoning for the environmental devastation caused by fossil fuels

OAEC's School Garden Teacher Training supports school teams in creating and sustaining garden-based ecological literacy programs. Occidental California, Ecology Center, Water Energy, Agriculture Farming, Sustainable Energy, Backyard Projects, Permaculture, Hydroponics, Organic Gardening

Resilient Schools Training - Occidental Arts & Ecology Center

Resilient schools are thriving, place-based communities with the capacity to adapt to changing academic, economic and ecological conditions over time.

  International Energy Agency, Energy Companies, Energy Projects, Our Environment, Greenhouse Gases, World Market, Renewable Energy, The Guardian, Science And Technology

Emissions will hit record high by 2023 if green recovery fails, says IEA

Worldwide energy body warns more must be done to help developing countries give up fossil fuels

‘Reckless’: G20 states subsidised fossil fuels by $3tn since 2015, says report | Fossil fuels | The Guardian Environmental News, Paris Climate, Climate Action, Fire Powers, Our Environment, Coal Mining, Sustainable Development, Oil And Gas

‘Reckless’: G20 states subsidised fossil fuels by $3tn since 2015, says report

Support for coal, oil and gas remains high despite pledges to tackle climate crisis

Here’s What Climate Scientists Are Really Saying About This Catastrophic Summer – Mother Jones Nevada Water, Lake Mead, Water Waste, Hoover Dam, Mother Jones, Very Scary, Colorado River, Water Spray, Save Water

None of the old rules still apply when the driest city in the US faces a catastrophic drought

"We live in a desert. We have to act like it."

How a powerful US lobby group helps big oil to block climate action | Oil | The Guardian Royal Dutch Shell, Environmental Protection Agency, Big Oil, About Climate Change, Oil Industry, Climate Action, Country Signs, Republican Party, Oil And Gas

How a powerful US lobby group helps big oil to block climate action

The American Petroleum Institute receives millions from oil companies – and works behinds the scenes to stall or weaken legislation

Politicians from across world call for ‘global green deal’ to tackle climate crisis | Climate change | The Guardian People Around The World, Around The Worlds, Latest Science News, Greenhouse Gases, Extreme Weather, Politicians, Natural Disasters, The Guardian, Natural World

Politicians from across world call for ‘global green deal’ to tackle climate crisis

New alliance urges governments to work together to deliver a just transition to a green economy

Politicians from across world call for ‘global green deal’ to tackle climate crisis | Climate change | The Guardian Greenhouse Effect, Greenhouse Gases, Carbon Sink, Risk Analysis, Colorado State University, Sea Level Rise, Amazon Rainforest, Global Warming, The Guardian

Politicians from across world call for ‘global green deal’ to tackle climate crisis

New alliance urges governments to work together to deliver a just transition to a green economy

Watch, read, download, all for free... No Response, Watch, Reading, Free, Clock, Bracelet Watch, Clocks, Reading Books

Resources | Framing Climate Justice

Watch, read, download, all for free...

Regulate business to tackle climate crisis, urges Mark Carney | Climate change | The Guardian Coming Out Party, International Energy Agency, Liberal Party, Build A Better World, Right To Choose, Carbon Offset, Justin Trudeau, Keynote Speakers

Regulate business to tackle climate crisis, urges Mark Carney

Former Bank chief says governments must act as free markets will not reduce emissions alone

People in the UK want bold climate action – why aren’t politicians listening? | Carys Roberts | The Guardian Environmental Justice, Environmental Issues, Oil Platform, Engineering Companies, London Stock Exchange, Uk Companies, Home Insulation, Oil Industry, Climate Action

People in the UK want bold climate action – why aren’t politicians listening? | Carys Roberts

Across the country, citizens’ juries have shown strong support for ambitious green policies that improve lives, says IPPR executive director Carys Roberts

An Indigenous Group’s Objection to Geoengineering Spurs a Debate About Social Justice in Climate Science - Inside Climate News Indigenous Knowledge, Ozone Layer, Social Justice, Things To Think About, Science, Group, News

An Indigenous Group’s Objection to Geoengineering Spurs a Debate About Social Justice in Climate Science - Inside Climate News

It was February in northern Sweden and the sun was returning after a dark winter. In the coming months the tundra would reawaken with lichens and shrubs for reindeer to forage in the permafrost encrusted Scandinavian mountain range. But the changing season also brought some unwelcome news to the Indigenous Sámi people, who live across […]

An Indigenous Group’s Objection to Geoengineering Spurs a Debate About Social Justice in Climate Science - Inside Climate News Indigenous Knowledge, Ozone Layer, Global Warming, Social Justice, Science, Group, News

An Indigenous Group’s Objection to Geoengineering Spurs a Debate About Social Justice in Climate Science - Inside Climate News

It was February in northern Sweden and the sun was returning after a dark winter. In the coming months the tundra would reawaken with lichens and shrubs for reindeer to forage in the permafrost encrusted Scandinavian mountain range. But the changing season also brought some unwelcome news to the Indigenous Sámi people, who live across […]

Naomi Leung and fellow high school students leading Climate Education Reform BC believe schools must educate students to understand climate change is real and it will change everything. Education Reform, Education System, School Strike, Direct Action, About Climate Change, Fight For Us, Justin Trudeau, High School Students, Schools

Students want the truth about climate change

Naomi Leung and fellow high school students leading Climate Education Reform BC believe schools must educate students to understand climate change is real and it will change everything.

Cop26: young people to interview ministers on stage, government says | Cop26: Glasgow climate change conference 2021 | The Guardian Private Finance, School Strike, Global Summit, Green Initiatives, Youth Day, Climate Action, Young People, The Guardian, Climate Change

Cop26: young people to interview ministers on stage, government says

Global summit to be held in Glasgow in November will be ‘most inclusive’ ever, says spokesperson

Wildfire smoke and health: 5 questions answered Nasa Images, Columbia River Gorge, Dry Leaf, Indian Creek, Eagle Creek, Question And Answer, Climate Action, Northern California, British Columbia

Wildfire smoke and health: 5 questions answered

Wildfires in California have triggered a public health emergency. One threat is smoke inhalation: Some air readings have registered pollution levels comparable to bad air days in Beijing or Mumbai.

33% believed that the country where they live was contributing to climate change. International Energy Agency, Consumer Behaviour, Children Images, Save The Planet, Global Warming, The Guardian, About Uk, Climate Change, Behavior

Small majority believe there is still time to avert climate disaster – survey

Survey in 16 countries finds just over half of consumers believe their own behaviour can help