A new study released in Nature Communications argues that even under a moderate emissions scenario, projected sea levels are high enough to threaten the homes of nearly 150 million people by 2050.
Right now, many parts of California are ablaze fuelled by high winds and tinder dry conditions.
Trump’s actions may make Big Oil Executives richer in the short term, but they make all of us poorer in the long-term. In the meantime, the U.S. remains a land on fire, a land that cannot breathe. And a land being led by a fossil fool.
Clearly, gas is not a ‘bridge fuel’ to renewable energy, nor a viable climate solution for North Carolina – it’s a fast track to climate disaster.
“Oil companies like Exxon knew the scientific reality of climate change forty years ago but waged a war of deception that cost us precious time in the fight to save our planet”.
Yesterday, millions of Canadians headed to the polls and knocked the Liberals’ majority government down to minority status. This was a clear signal to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his party that voters expect more and better action from a Liberal government to confront the climate crisis.
Exxon Mobil and Big Oil will finally be on trial for misleading investors over the financial risks of climate change.
In Canada, tar sands supporters in large trucks are hounding a youth climate activist, who has emboldened and inspired millions to march and strike for climate action.
Just hours after NOAA released its findings on our rapidly warming world, the Trump administration announced that the climate crisis will not be discussed at the G7 summit next June.
Later this week, the board of the state-owned oil company of Saudi Arabia, known as Saudi Aramco, is expected to give its final approval to proceed with its long awaited part privatization, otherwise known as an “Initial Public Offering” or IPO.