The French government’s attempts to crack down on climate protesters have only made their voices louder
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Now is not the time to stay silent.
One small step each day over 10 years adds up to a whole lot of change. One small step of mine added to one small step of yours -- now we're talking.
How Spain's most alluring cultural phenomenon can be used as a powerful political tool.
A few days ago, the topic for my undergraduate class, Earth in Crisis, taught to 150 students, half in Sociology and half in Environmental Studies at UC Santa Barbara, was “What a COP is Really Like, and What the Treaty Looks Like.”
Sitting at the table with so many farmers doing revolutionary work taught me that farming isn’t only about stewarding the land; it’s also about stewarding community and tending the soul.
Are we expecting COP21 to be that moment of fireworks and dancing elephants, a 'Great Change Moment', when people dance in the street and subsequently put plaques up to immortalise the moment for their grandchildren? If we are, we're missing the point.
From Cafeterias to Farms: How Students are Mobilizing their Universities to Build a more Local, Just, and Sustainable Food System
Thousands of students have united under the guise of a nation-wide campaign called the Real Food Challenge (RFC), a movement aimed at shifting $1 billion in institutional food spending to food that is sustainable, just, and local: in other words, ‘real food.’
A new report from Oil Change International challenges industry’s common assumption that the continued production of oilsands crude is inevitable.
Powered by hardcore conviction, Cooperide is a bloc that will travel from Copenhagen to Paris for COP21, starting November 14.