“When the world’s largest asset manager, BlackRock places sustainability and climate risk at the center of its investment approach, and commits to stronger sustainability advocacy actions, it is game-changing for capital markets.”
Every day brings news of greater evidence of our climate emergency. And now, Jakarta residents have filed a lawsuit against the governor of Indonesia’s capital as they seek to hold authorities responsible over their inaction during some of the deadliest flooding in years.
Sixty years ago, Rachel Carson sparked our modern environmental movement. But sixty years of denial has pushed us to the brink of climate catastrophe.
“It’s somewhat frustrating and embarrassing that the UN has to chide the government of Canada and the provincial government with respect to what the rule of law is in this country in regard to Indigenous land rights, Indigenous human rights.”
The old saying goes, when in a hole, stop digging. So when your country is on fire, put out the fire and take action to stop further fires in the future.
For years, Big Oil and Big Coal have carried on drilling and mining as if they were immune from the consequences of their actions. They knew the risks, but ignored them. Now they must pay.
This is climate madness. This is nonsensical. As Australia burns, it carries on drilling, fracking and mining.
The Canadian province of British Columbia (BC) is shaping up to be one of the worst actors in the global dash for gas, facilitating Indigenous rights violations and climate chaos while they try to stake out a reputation as progressive leaders on both.
The next decade will define our collective future. We better not waste it. We have no time to waste. For we have wasted too much time already.
For years, the fossil fuel industry has argued that gas is clean. But we know the truth: Gas is not a bridge fuel, and is not compatible with a climate-safe future.