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Mayors Vow to Work Together with Youth Climate Activists to Deliver Global Green New Deal

C40 Cities will create a Global Youth Initiative, bringing together leaders of climate movements from all over the world, to work with mayors Announcement comes out of several days of collaboration at C40 World Mayors Summit in Copenhagen

Copenhagen, Denmark 11 Oct. 2019 – Mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, Lord Mayor of Copenhagen, Frank […]

Webcast: How Business is Taking on Climate Change

Tuesday, October 8, 2019 1:00-2:00pm ET (10:00-11:00 am PT) | 60 minutes

Climate change is one of the world’s most pressing challenges, and AT&T believes businesses can be part of the solution. Climate Change will impact all business, including their employees and customers. AT&T is working to assess the risks of climate change so they […]

Video: Greta Thunberg to World Leaders

Climate Strike 9/20/19: Norwich to Hanover Human Chain

Protesters assembled early today at the Ledyard Bridge, which spans the Connecticut River from Norwich, Vermont, to Hanover, New Hampshire. The human chain event was kicked off at 7:15. Green Energy Times editor Nancy Rae Mallery estimated that over 700 people were there, based on a partial police count of 450 people. She said both […]

Andover, NH family riding bicycles to New York City to raise climate change awareness

from WMUR, Sept 16, 2019 (https://www.wmur.com/article/andover-family-riding-bicycles-to-new-york-city-to-raise-climate-change-awareness/29079887)

One New Hampshire family is going the extra mile to raise awareness and attend next week’s U.N. Climate Action Summit in New York City.

The Morgan’s plan to bike with two children under the age of 10. Azalea Morgan, 7, along with her sister Ember Morgan, 9, and their […]

The Serious Health and Safety issues of Gas Should Not Be Ignored! Ditch the Gas!

Ditching fossil fuels can tackle affordable housing and climate change reprinted from: TAKING THE INITIATIVE: Carl Pope’s Blog, July 23, 2019 BY CARL POPE AND BRUCE NILLES

With the passage of one of the nation’s most ambitious climate policiesearlier this year, D.C. has sparked an important conversation — how can all this new clean power […]

Making Climate Change Understandable

Kendra Pierre-Louis

Roger Lohr

How does a writer convey the seriousness of climate change without gloom and doom? A presentation regarding communicating changing climate by New York Times climate writer, Kendra Pierre-Louis, was conducted at Dartmouth College to discuss how she tries to resonate with readers about climate change without […]

Saving Earth

James Hansen

I must finish Sophie’s Planet this year, so I am writing few Communications. However, I make the draft of Chapters 31-34 available here [at http://bit.ly/Sophies-Planet-31-34], because my perspective of and conclusion about events in the 1980s differs from that of Nathaniel Rich in Losing Earth. I kept careful notes […]

Rebellion to Save the Earth

Image: garryrogers.com

Dr. Alan K. Betts

This has been a winter of extremes across the planet. Saturated soils from late snowmelt and heavy spring rains have delayed planting crops here in the northeast. For Vermont, this was the fourth wettest April on record and we have had another seven to eight inches of rain […]

It’s an Emergency!

2050 Is Not Soon Enough For a Fix

Shishmaref, Alaska, is falling into the sea. Photo: Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development.

George Harvey

Some among us could look at the fact that the United Kingdom adopted a law mandating that it be 100% carbon free by 2050 as good news (See […]