Climate Reality is counting down the key 24 developments we’re seeing in areas like clean energy, community action, and international negotiations, that will solve the climate crisis.
Ever hear about proposed legislation to cut government support for clean energy or tax homeowners with solar panels and wonder, “Who comes up with this stuff?
“It’s easy to get people excited by an event or a program, but it’s hard to develop opportunities that support long-term, beyond one-click actions.” Climate Reality Leader Tara DePorte shares some of her experiences making climate change personal in a way that inspires audiences to do something about it.
Developing countries may be in a difficult position when it comes to climate change: they’re often bearing the brunt of the impacts, but contributing less greenhouse gases than their developed countries. That doesn’t mean they can’t act on climate in a big way. Case in point: Brazil’s leading the way in renewable energy generation, emissions reductions, and sustainable land management.
Applications open now to be trained in Brazil by former U.S. Vice President Al Gore and other experts to become a Climate Reality Leader
"We can’t just wait around idly as glaciers melt away, rainfall and snowfall patterns change, and massive storms wreck havoc on our coasts." Former ski racer Kaylin Richardson will be joining this weekend's People's Climate March to fight for the future of her sport and her planet.
The Climate Reality Project challenged youth across the world to question the status quo on climate change and ask their leaders “Why? Why Not?” questions. Here's what they had to say. (Republished from EcoWatch)
Chances are you weren’t able to catch all of 24 Hours of Reality: 24 Reasons for Hope (there was a lot to watch, after all). While there’s no way to cover everything, we wanted to share some of our own highlights from the broadcast.
Shifting the Conversation on Climate Change to Celebrate Innovation and Progress, Cultural Leaders Join Al Gore in the Climate Fight and Give Us Reasons for Hope
On September 16—17, 24 Hours of Reality: 24 Reasons for Hope celebrates the growing momentum for climate solutions and kickstarts 12 months of action. Help us get the word out and make the biggest impact possible.