The best antidote to stave off further climate breakdown is for people to get more engaged in agitating for solutions.
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The climate change analysis was written by a former fossil fuel executive and backed by the former chief of Australia's military.
The latest massive climate report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change arrives in a world where climate change can no longer be ignored.
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An update from the World Meteorological Organization is full of grim news.
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Vast stretches of Earth’s northern latitudes are on fire right now. Hot weather has engulfed a huge portion of the Arctic, from Alaska to Greenland to Siberia. That’s helped create conditions ripe for wildfires, including some truly massive ones burning in remote parts of the region that are being seen by satellites.
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For former Jezebel staffer Ellie Shechet, it is nearly always time to freak out. Doom—personal, professional, planetary—awaits, beckoning at the wings. No one has exactly asked for her advice, but we gave her a column anyway. Advice for the End of the World is a limited edition advice column for catastrophic thinkers,…
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The high temperatures in late June that killed hundreds of people in Oregon, Washington and Canada were so unusual that they couldn’t have happened without a boost from human-caused global warming, researchers said Wednesday, when they released a rapid climate attribution study of the heat wave in the Pacific Northwest. The temperatures were so far […]
A little-noticed indicator was flashing red before any of the blazes began.
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The extreme wildfires the state is battling are apocalyptic heralds of climate change. And the scariest part is that they could be worse.
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A fossil free internet is an internet where we have transitioned away from powering it by primarily burning fossil fuels to generate electricity, and towards fossil-free renewable sources. In this piece, Chris Adams of the Green Web Foundation outlines why we need a fossil-free internet by 2030 and how to get there.
Smartphone apps collect more user data (also called tracking) than most consumers prefer. Besides privacy risks, the collection of user data also results in a carbon footprint as sending this user data to third parties and showing personalised advertisements consumes network data.
A volunteer learning group at Work on Climate set out to better understand the intersections of justice, climate, and technology. They wanted to make a beginner-friendly guide to climate justice, tailored to the tech communities they worked in.