The hundreds of millions of Americans affiliated with organized religion, 40 % of whom self-identify as "conservative," will be as affected as anyone else by accelerated climate change.
Articles: climate change messaging (25)
Has the climate debate stalled? Does extreme weather in the UK mean we’re talking about it more or less?
How should Transition initiatives in communities hit by extreme weather talk about climate change with their neighbours?
This month our theme is "living with climate change". We'll be exploring that from a variety of angles...
We're all far too sensible to be influenced by advertising, right?
•'Sleepwalking to Extinction': Capitalism and the Destruction of Life and Earth •The story of how greens became energy enemy number one •Collapsing Consciously
I am generally a fan of progressive pundit Jonathan Chait. But his latest New York magazine column, “The Keystone Fight Is a Huge Environmentalist Mistake,” misses the mark.
This 38-foot-tall cedar elm, meant to bring attention to the crippling drought that has severely depleted reservoirs, bled dry important fluvial arteries, and killed more trees than there are people in America, bears a solemn burden.
Much of the United States climate movement right now is structured like an archway, with all of its blocks resting on a keystone — President Obama’s decision on the Keystone XL pipeline.
If we are, as neo-classical economists claim, “rational individuals” then you would think that all of us would put a lot of weight on the opinion of such a large number of scientists and the rigour of the process that is gone through.