Since climate change began to gain political traction in 1990, very little has been achieved. The concentration of carbon in the atmosphere has kept going up. … [Read more...] about New technologies, not Paris climate agreement, will do the job
If we all swapped beef burgers and bacon sandwiches for vegetarian alternatives most of the week, we could cut greenhouse gas emissions by more than half. So say the scientists behind a new study published in Nature, who predicted that in 2050, sticking to a plant-based diet, … [Read more...] about The unbelievably simple way to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half
Is there still time to avoid runaway climate change? To a large degree, the answer depends on the feasibility of “negative emissions” — techniques or technologies that suck CO2 out of the air. In the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), all … [Read more...] about Climate solutions: is it feasible to remove enough CO2 from the air?
In our ongoing search for solutions and indications of progress, we come across many opportunities and possibilities. We are much inspired by the creative forces around the world that persevere to serve humankind and the environment in the best possible way. We see many … [Read more...] about Climate Change: A Crisis of Human Belonging and Connection
During World War I, Americans were encouraged to do their part in the war effort by planting, fertilizing, harvesting, and storing their own fruits and vegetables. The food would go to allies in Europe, where there was a food crisis. … [Read more...] about Fight climate change in your own garden