It is increasingly certain that if humanity continues on its current path, a confluence of severe global emergencies will cause devastating consequences well before this century is over.  These emergencies include climate disruption, population overreach, collapsing biodiversity, clean energy scarcity, economic inequity, crushing migration, and the continuing threat of nuclear war. Transformative strategies are urgently needed to promote a rapid and positive shift in humanity’s trajectory away from global catastrophe and collapse toward a sustainable, rewarding and equitable culture on Earth. We believe that there is no more important mission than the development and implementation of such strategies.

 

No quick fix for climate change

No quick fix for climate change

Injecting particles into the atmosphere would reduce the temperature increase. But for the world’s ecosystems there is no alternative to mitigation efforts. By Ellen Viste We could spray the atmosphere with particles that reflect sunlight or fertilize algae to grow and take up more CO2. We could release minerals that react with CO2 or capture the gas directly from the air. These are some of the geoengineering techniques suggested to dampen the temperature increase caused by humans....

UAE Selects Fossil Fuel Exec to Lead COP28

UAE Selects Fossil Fuel Exec to Lead COP28

The appointment of ADNOC’s CEO, Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, to lead this year’s UN climate talks is like asking “arms dealers to lead peace talks,” campaigners say. By Dana Drugmand Climate campaigners reacted with outrage on Thursday to the announcement that...

When Extreme Weather Reigns, Disinformation Pours

When Extreme Weather Reigns, Disinformation Pours

As heatwaves, heavy rainfall, and flooding hit countries worldwide, climate deniers and those obstructing climate action deny or downplay extreme weather’s climate connection. By Stella Levantesi Recent extreme weather across the globe is showing us how rapidly the climate...

Climate Emergency News

  • Climate Change Accounts for Mongolia’s Deep Freeze, Alarmists Say 26 February 2024 2:47 am Breitbart Mongolia’s current winter extremes are fueled by climate change and put the country at “high risk,” the Huffington Post reported Sunday. Ice-cold temperatures have resulted in the deaths of more than 2 million livestock animals this year, HuffPo states, as …
  • Expand your knowledge of climate change risks and opportunities 26 February 2024 2:22 am The National Tribune Dept of Climate Change, Energy, Environment & Water Australian Public Servants (APS) can now learn about how climate change risks and opportunities can impact our work. The Australian Government’s Approach to Climate Risk and Opportunity Management in …
  • Climate Change: Agric Experts Advocate Smart Farming Practices 25 February 2024 11:47 pm BusinessPost Nigeria By Bon Peters Agriculture experts have advocated “smart farming practices” to combat climate change, improve productivity and enhance food security in the country. They noted that if climate change challenges were not nipped in the bud, more than 52 per …
  • Vandalising of monuments 'as much a concern' as climate change impact 25 February 2024 11:21 pm The Journal VANDALISM OF MONUMENTS is as big a concern as climate change, according to experts, as new data exposes the toll of mindless attacks across Ireland. Figures obtained by Noteworthy reveal protected sites have been attacked at least 140 times in the last …
  • MSME climate change efforts get boost 25 February 2024 11:21 pm The Manila Times THE Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) has recognized the important role of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in the economy, also stressing the need to fund its climate change mitigation or adaptation efforts. After the Monetary Board approved …
  • Climate change, Norway’s energy transition threaten indigenous people’s reindeer herding 25 February 2024 11:20 pm The Straits Times SINGAPORE – A warmer Arctic is changing the winter pastures of Norway, making it difficult for reindeer herding, a key source of livelihood for the indigenous Sami people in the country. Earlier snow melt and more rain form layers of ice in the snow, and …

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