Individual and political action on climate change

Ahead of his virtual climate summit, Biden pressured by activists to act swiftly

Climate activists rallied in New York's Union Square on Monday with a message for the Biden administration: Time is running out, but it is not too late.

Along with demands to end fossil fuel reliance, activist leaders unveiled an addition to the digital «climate clock» displayed on a building above the square since September.

Greta Thunberg Refused to Receive an Environmental Award

Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg has refused to accept an environmental award.

The girl said that the climate movement needed no rewards, and that people in power need to begin to "listen to science not awards" Her representative also confirmed that Thunberg would not accept the 46,800 euro prize.

"The climate movement does not need any more awards," she wrote.

No time to lose for going solar and sustainable, says Greenpeace executive director

As the global debate about climate change and its effects gathers pace amid a rise in freak weather phenomena across the world, but also in Greece which just this month experienced a third deadly weather-related incident in under two years, Kathimerini reached out to Jennifer Morgan, the executive director of Greenpeace International.

No time to loose for going solar and sustainable, says Greenpeace executive director

As the global debate about climate change and its effects gathers pace amid a rise in freak weather phenomena across the world, but also in Greece which just this month experienced a third deadly weather-related incident in under two years, Kathimerini reached out to Jennifer Morgan, the executive director of Greenpeace International.

California Commits to 100% Clean Electricity by 2045

AFP - California Governor Jerry Brown signed landmark legislation Monday committing his state to a 100 percent clean electricity grid by 2045.

At least 20 countries and twice as many large cities have made similar pledges, but California -- the fifth largest economy in the world -- is by far the biggest jurisdiction to do so to date.

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