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Al Gore on his hopes for the planet: “Job number one is to stop using the sky as an open sewer” – CBS News

U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, which are helping warm the planet, increased by 6.2% last year as the economy rebounded after pandemic lockdowns—fueled by a rise in coal-generated power and pollution from trucking.  Former Vice President Al Gore has been warning about…

Factbox: Prayers, petitions and boycotts: Desmond Tutu’s climate activism – Reuters

DURBAN, Dec 30 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Following the death of South African anti-apartheid and peace activist Archbishop Desmond Tutu aged 90 last Sunday, world leaders have praised his life-long advocacy on social justice issues from inequality, racism and homophobia…

Clearwater Credit Union backs climate change with donation – Missoulian

Rob Chaney Following on the global climate-change initiatives coming out of COP-26, Missoula-based Clearwater Credit Union donated $50,000 to regional organizations involved in climate resilience. “We know that problems like wildfire seasons are becoming more severe, smoke and air quality…

“Climate change obstacles are all political, not technological” | Ctech – CTech

Professor Michael Mann’s claim to fame is a hockey stick. No, not the sporting kind, but rather a despairing graph he published 23 years ago in which he showed how the average temperature on earth remained relatively stable for thousands…

Revisiting Al Gore’s ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ 15 Years Later

CCD Editor’s Note: The following is an excerpted chapter from Vítezslav Kremlik’s new book, A Guide to the Climate Apocalypse: Our Journey from the Age of Prosperity to the Era of Environmental Grief. Al Gore was vice president of the…

Forced Labor, Slavery Playing Key Role In Making Cheap Renewable Energy

Jewher Ilham last saw her father seven years ago. “I don’t even know if he’s alive,” said Ilham, a Chinese-born Uyghur Muslim. “My cousin, she was a nurse, she was sentenced to 10 years for having a photo and an…

The Climate Crisis: Socio-Political Intergenerational Impact – BVU The Tack Online

It’s 2021, and generations young and old are witnessing the inevitable effects of climate change. Hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, droughts, forest fires, record high and low temperatures are the direct result of the modern climate crisis. This article analyses historical background…

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