We're under attack, said author and climate campaigner Bill McKibben, and the only way to defeat the enemy is to declare a global war against the destructive practices that threaten the world's imperiled ecosystems and human civilization as we know it.
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Thus it’s not inappropriate to ask what happened to all the apparent political momentum the climate change movement had ten or fifteen years ago, and why a movement so apparently well organized, well funded, and backed by so large a scientific consensus failed so completely.
Although the title is 'This Changes Everything', you are left with the sense that very little is actually changing for the better at all.
On May 3 some of the biggest ever global actions against climate change began, and are running for 12 consecutive days through Sunday, May 15.
The movement to stop fossil fuel development just keeps winning.
We have to keep 80 percent of the fossil-fuel reserves that we know about underground.
The Paris climate talks are over, and the postmortems on the final agreement are flooding in. Here’s our take...
We speak to the duo behind the new film, "This Changes Everything," which re-imagines the vast challenge of climate change.
Do we have the stamina to not walk away, to stay in this hard place of transformation? I think we do.
We are living in a state of planetary emergency.