A new survey shows that Americans are increasingly worried about climate change. We talk with Tony Leiserowitz -- Director of the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication -- about how this trend has big implications for the kinds of candidates...
Some American voters still don’t trust the science of climate change. Climate Scientist Naomi Oreskes explains why that might be. Then the headlines, which include an announcement that could dramatically shape the future of fossil fuel finance.
177 companies commit to set 1.5°C-aligned science-based targets across their operations and value chains, as movement doubles in size since September UNITED NATIONS, Madrid, Spain, 11 December, 2019 — 177 companies have pledged to set highly...
Climate NexusNEW: 177 companies, spanning 36 countries and employing 5.8 million, commit to climate targets across their operations and value chains, aligned with limiting global temperature rise to 1.5°C, and #netzero 2050. bit.ly/2RHQvIs #COP25 #BetterFutureFaster #OurOnlyFuture pic.twitter.com/754FhGs8TN
The climate crisis is no joking matter. But laughing about it may help in making a point without overwhelming people with a sense of doom and helplessness.
Climate NexusThe #ClimateCrisis is no joking matter. But three studies show laughing about it may help in making a point without overwhelming people with a sense of doom and helplessness. bit.ly/35WFMxx via @scroll_in