Last week we released a report outlining why Denmark can’t be a climate leader if it expands North Sea oil and gas production as planned.
Oil Change International stands in solidarity with the striking United Auto Workers. We know that there can be no climate justice without good jobs and strong unions.
For the IEA, real scenario reform will require more than risky emissions accounting tricks that punt the burden and costs of reducing emissions to future generations.
After the UN climate Summit, Andrew Steer, head of the World Resources Institute and a former World Bank official, said the Big Polluters fell “woefully short” of expectations. “Their lack of ambition stands in sharp contrast with the growing demand for action around the world.”
No longer will our movement quiver in the face of the power of the fossil fuel industry. No longer will we let the politicians unwilling to stand up to those creating this crisis off the hook. No more weak pledges, no more vague promises or flowery statements.
Greta and 15 other young people have just filed what is being described as a “world-changing lawsuit” suing five of the world’s major carbon polluters for violating their rights as children.
Millions of people are marching and striking in over 150 countries. Today is going to be the biggest climate protest in history. Today, we make history. And tomorrow will be different. Business as usual will be no more.
“I don’t want you to listen to me. I want you to listen to the scientists. And I want you to unite behind the science. And then I want you to take action”.
Twice as many Americans want climate action, not war. It is that simple.
The Trump Administration has signalled its “aggressive” intent to open up the entire coastal plain of the Arctic National Widlife Refuge, long seen as America’s last true wilderness and seen as its Crown Jewels or the America’s Serengeti.