As hundreds are arrested outside the White House demanding urgent action on our climate emergency, the World Health Organization has described climate change as the “single biggest health threat facing humanity,” and called on governments and policymakers to “act with urgency” on the climate and health crises.
Today I’m risking arrest as a part of the People vs Fossil Fuels week of action in Washington, D.C. The climate emergency is here and we know fossil fuels are the cause.
As churches, colleges and companies increasingly pull out from investing in oil and gas, under pressure from the climate movement, secretive hedge funds are betting on climate chaos, planning on making millions of dollars in the process.
There is an unfolding “ecological disaster” off the southern Californian coast after an estimated 144,000 gallons of oil spilled onto Huntington Beach due to a pipeline failure over the weekend.
With weeks left until the crucial COP26 climate Conference, which is going to be held in Scotland, the bare-faced climate hypocrisy of the hosts, the British Government, is all too obvious to see.
There are further warnings coming from both poles due to climate change.
With less than forty days to go until the crucial climate conference, COP26, to be held in Glasgow, young climate activists from across the world made their voices heard loud and clear on Friday.
This year we are using this spotlight to focus attention on the destructive role of the fossil fuel industry. If Springtij doesn’t break ties with the fossil fuel industry, next year we will mobilize supporters to boycott the Festival.
Hurricane Ida may have slipped from the news, but its deadly legacy continues and in some communities the extent of the lasting damage is only now becoming apparent.
New research published yesterday by the UK-based Global Justice Now has revealed that fossil fuel firms are suing governments for $18 billion arguing that action on climate change has affected their profits.