Two years into his Presidency, the fullblown cost of Donald Trump’s assault on human health, the environment and on science is becoming brutally and painfully clear.
Whereas Trump continues to deny the science on climate change and sow confusion and doubt, the American public now consistently do not believe his lies and obfuscation.
Anyone new walking into a climate conference would be shocked at how simple words get argued upon for hours with the climate wreckers’ simple task of trying to increase the uncertainty of the science in the text or reduce the urgency of our coming climate catastrophe.
A chaotic, back-stabbing and farcical week in Australian politics saw the socially conservative, Scott Morrison, become the new Prime Minister earlier today and Scott loves coal.
Trump represents the last chance for the fossil fuel industry to wreck this planet. What they call freedom, we call wildfires. When they see freedom, we see sea-level rise.
As more and more Americans link extreme weather to climate change, its time the media did so too
It is nearly thirty years to the day that one of the world’s leading climate scientists, Dr James Hansen told a panel of the US senate that the “greenhouse effect was here”.
The Trump Administration and Republican assault on science reached a new level last night when in a narrow vote the Senate voted to approve the climate denier, Jim Bridenstine, for the post of NASA administrator.
Ex-Californian Governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, has vowed to take on Big Oil “for knowingly killing people all over the world.”
In another major setback for President Donald Trump, the White House has been forced to withdraw the nomination of a leading climate skeptic to become the chair of the influential Council on Environmental Quality.