Climate Crisis

Some articles on climate, climate crisis, crisis:

Naomi Klein - Environmentalism
... with particular focus on climate change, about which she is currently writing a book ... to her website, the book and a new film will be about "how the climate crisis can spur economic and political transformation." She sits on the board of directors ... movement to join forces with the environmental movement, saying the financial crisis and the climate crisis have the same root – unrestrained ...
Earth Lab
... EarthLab is the first and leading Climate crisis community, and it uses an ECP calculator to help create carbon footprint profiles for its members ... its members and the general public about the effects of global warming and climate change ... EarthLab has partnered with E-surance, and the Alliance for Climate Protection chaired by Al Gore to achieve this ...
Live Earth (2007 Concert) - Background
... inherit a healthy earth To take personal action to help solve the climate crisis by reducing my own CO2 pollution as much as I can and offsetting the rest to become 'carbon neutral' To fight for a ... information about how we solve the climate crisis' and that 'the prospects for every future generation depend on us understanding, hearing and acting upon this information.' Live Earth's supporters included ... Profits from the book will be donated to the Alliance for Climate Protection, as will some of the profits from the concerts ...

Famous quotes containing the words crisis and/or climate:

    The change from storm and winter to serene and mild weather, from dark and sluggish hours to bright and elastic ones, is a memorable crisis which all things proclaim. It is seemingly instantaneous at last.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The question of place and climate is most closely related to the question of nutrition. Nobody is free to live everywhere; and whoever has to solve great problems that challenge all his strength actually has a very restricted choice in this matter. The influence of climate on our metabolism, its retardation, its acceleration, goes so far that a mistaken choice of place and climate can not only estrange a man from his task but can actually keep it from him: he never gets to see it.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)