Keeping fossil fuels in the ground is no longer a taboo discussion, thanks to an international alliance to halt oil and gas production, leading climate experts told actor and longtime environmentalist Jane Fonda on Friday.
The young medical students standing atop a statue plinth in Glasgow’s George Square last Friday want med schools to teach about planetary health. Nearby, 50 countries this week pledged to develop climate-resilient and low-carbon health systems.
The amazing thing is that if cut to the core message, Al Gore and Greta Thunberg are pretty much saying the same thing at the UN climate conference: The hour is late and we are very far from where we need to be, writes Kairn Carrington.
Within industry, elected to government, and at the heart of their communities, women are organizing locally and transnationally to protect the planet and the future. And a new push was launched this week at COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland.
Two children, aged 10 and 12, suspended themselves from a bridge high above the Clyde River near the COP26 summit in Glasgow on Monday afternoon to protest global leaders lack of action on the climate crisis.