climate reality project
Without a concerted effort to include more women in media portrayals of climate change, we fail to apply the lesson that inclusivity is an essential ingredient to winning the fight on climate action.
That moment? When over 60 nations formally accepted the Paris Agreement to fight climate change reached at last year's COP
By: Ken Berlin, President and CEO of The Climate Reality Project For decades, Earth Day has served as a global rallying cry
The reality of the climate crisis, should convince our political and institutional leaders to respond seriously to the Paris
The Philippines is one of the world's most vulnerable countries to climate disasters. With more than 7,100 islands and an estimated 36,298 kilometers of coastline, more than 60 percent of the Filipino population resides within the coastal zone.
Last week, I had the pleasure of participating in TEDTalks 2016, where I discussed many of the challenges presented by the climate crisis. But a powerful shift has been taking place, and it is clear that we will ultimately prevail. Here's why.
Stay Tuned for Part III! 5. Turning to finance, optimism about a clean energy future will now be critical going forward into
To raise the presence, voice, and participation of youth in the UN House (as well- to tap into indigenous wisdom through native story-telling) during this important Paris Climate Change Conference, we have written and produced a youth-centered film, based on a powerful Incan Story of Creation.
"The world is watching."
In Rio de Janeiro, indigenous leader Mayalú Kokometi Waurá Txucarramãe shared the devastating effects of deforestation, while in New Delhi, Sanjit Bunker Roy talked about his Barefoot College program, which trains illiterate rural grandmothers to install solar panels.