Deborah Phelan

A veteran journalist passionate about climate justice and the rights of the poor, ‘developing’ countries, and indigenous peoples to an equal share of carbon space, human rights, and self determination and all things authentic.


People’s Climate March – I March for 2050 Kids

I’m marching for the kids of 2050.

August 22, 2014

Climate Change: Preponderance of the Great

I should be grateful that climate change is at long last making the news, that more and more people who constitute the fabric of my everyday life are finally curious about what has obsessed me for so many years.

April 7, 2014


It’s SHOWTIME For Climate Change

 I’ve been working for the past few months in this pint-sized piece of paradise designing a community education ‘template’ which integrates the practices and teachings of Yoga and Mindfulness with learning basic principles about climate change and how to adapt and take action.

April 1, 2014

Warsaw: Resilience of Women Key To Climate Change Adaptation

In Mozambique, women operate Ambulance bicycle companies, a vital service in a country where climate change contributes to increasingly severe weather.

November 25, 2013

Warsaw: En Plein Air

Work is being done to address climate change, of that I am sure. But the authentic work is happening in our villages and towns and cities and municipalities. It’s not making headlines.

November 19, 2013

Warsaw: Global Landscape Forum Launches Alongside COP19

As climate talks continued at COP19 and climate activists took to the streets of Warsaw to demand an end to business as usual, the first Global Landscapes Forum debuted at the University of Warsaw Saturday, launching a two day conference to promote a novel holistic approach to addressing climate change while meeting the need to sustainably feed 9 billion people by 2050.

November 19, 2013

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