Averting dangerous warming requires “a substantial reduction in overall fossil fuel use," the world's leading climate scientists said Monday.
The battle for a livable future is a battle against fossil fuels. Right now, it's all hands on deck.
«The most harmful lie being spread about climate change today is not that it is fake. It’s that nothing you can do can help save the world.»
Ben Smith's news outlet promised to be "something new," but it's spreading tired fossil fuel industry propaganda just like the rest.
Musk, Bezos, and Gates believe the natural world can be bent to accommodate humanity’s existing behavior—and they are obsessed with doing the bending.
The PR giant is breaking its climate promise by creating glowing campaigns for an anti-climate lobbying group.
On insidious anti-blackness in climate activism, and the rise of Climate Chads.
The new British monarch has not earned such a title, say climate activists from colonized nations
If this is the only day we communicate climate science to the public, it's no wonder people don't understand the problem.
«You’ll learn the world is ending, and you will not know who to blame.»
News outlets continue to ignore climate change in articles about California's record-breaking weather.
We tried to "bridge the generational divide" on climate change. We failed.
The richest man in the world hasn't issued a single grant for the $10 billion climate fund he announced seven months ago.
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