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Results from a US survey completed by Yale University brought surprising insights into the engagement of Americans on climate issues, and -- perhaps even more importantly -- the untapped opportunities for more people to take climate action.
‘Summer Heat’ is here! It’s the hottest two weeks of the summer in the United States, and across the nation 350.org has partnered with local groups to host bold actions to take on the fossil fuel industry and hold leaders accountable for the fate of the planet.
The subtle — but very real — link between global warming and extreme weather events
The subtle — but very real — link between global warming and extreme weather events | The Washington Post | "Last week, some people got really mad at Bill Nye the Science Guy. How come? Because he had the gall to say this on Twitter: Billion$$ in damage in Texas & Oklahoma. Still no weather-caster may utter the phrase Climate Change." Click to read and share the full article.
Interfaith 'climate pilgrims' hand petition to UN ahead of COP21