Climate change
To find out if ExxonMobil really supports a carbon tax, just follow the money

Despite claiming to endorse a carbon tax, ExxonMobil has funneled millions of dollars to lawmakers who oppose the idea. The company’s PAC also funded 16 of the climate science deniers in the Senate and 81 in the House

Indigenous and climate activists organize week of action in US capital

More than 300 arrests were made between in the first three days of a week-long action by a coalition of indigenous groups and climate activists, demanding an end to fossil fuel projects and other polluting industries

Global, moral, strategic leadership is urgent says PM of Barbados

During the final days of the UN General Assembly last weekend, Mia Amor Mottley, the prime minister of Barbados, made an impassioned appeal to the world’s leaders to take the multiple global crises seriously and work together for the well being of the people of the world

CELAC reinvigorated in Mexico

The summit was met with widespread enthusiasm for being able to bring together diverse political actors across the region and uniting them on diverse issues.

76th session of the UN General Assembly begins in New York; focus on climate change and vaccine equity 

Secretary General Antonio Guterres asked rich countries to deliver on their promise to provide USD 100 billion annually to help developing countries in their fight against climate change

Latin American and Caribbean leaders approve historic agreement at CELAC summit

The heads of state of the regional block agreed on a 44-point declaration which addressed the strategy against COVID-19 and climate change and took a stand against the blockade on Cuba

A climate disaster is unfolding before our eyes—and politicians still refuse to take action

Hurricane Ida perfectly illustrates the devastating impacts of climate change. Stopping the Line 3 pipeline, in line with Indigenous demands, is a perfect opportunity for political leaders to take climate action

Venezuela: Thousands affected by floods, Maduro declares 90-day emergency

At least 20 people have died in the western state of Mérida, where heavy rains caused mudslides and flooding.

What’s causing wildfires around the world?

If the world fails to take immediate action to cut down emissions by the year 2100, the global temperature would be 3 to 5 degrees Celsius higher than the pre-industrial phase, with catastrophic consequences for earth and its residents.

Worst air in the world? Salt Lake City, Utah

Air pollution levels in Salt Lake City, Utah reached dangerous new highs following the wildfires in the region which have increased in recent years due to climate-change fueled droughts

IPCC report UN climate report warns of climate catastrophe, calls for immediate global action

The report predicts that even if we take radical measures to cut greenhouse gas emissions now, temperatures will continue to rise for at least the next 30 years before stabilizing

Wildfires in Turkey Greece Leftist groups call for volunteer effort, slam underfunding as wildfires spread across Turkey, Greece

Extreme weather conditions due to global warming and flawed preventive policies by the governments concerned are said to be the reasons for the extensive spreading of wildfires throughout the Mediterranean

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