Response: Biden’s announcements fall short of what’s needed — a declaration of climate emergency

July 20, 2022By Collin ReesBlog Post, News, Press Releases

“Biden’s climate legacy hangs in the balance — we need bold leadership, not tinkering around the edges. Declaring a climate emergency would make it clear that Biden views the climate crisis as an existential threat and unlock key powers to tackle climate change head-on and hasten a just transition to clean, renewable energy,” said Rees.

#ClimateCrisis: New study shows Gulf Stream on “verge of collapse”

August 6, 2021By Andy RowellBlog Post

New research, published in Nature Climate Change, has found “an almost complete loss of stability over the last century” of the ocean currents known as AMOC or more commonly the Gulf Stream. The currents are already at their slowest point for 1,600 years. But scientists worry that AMOC could be reaching a tipping point, leading to a total collapse.