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Climate change evidence: How do we know?

'Time for a paradigm shift in awareness of our own cause and effect on the environment. Most people are currently oblivious to the sum total of their seeming little actions in the context of the big picture.'


If we continue at the rate at which we are going,... — Posters For GOOD

If we continue at the rate at which we are going, it is estimated that all rainforests will be gone in less than 50 years.

from Catholic Sistas

Will the Next Pope Be the Antichrist? The Last Pope? Is The End Near? and other burning questions

Planet infected by humans #treehugger #savetheplanet #ecofriendly #climatechange


New science on soil critters, carbon & climate | Pesticide Action Network

Oxfam Australia CE Dr Helen Szoke (Right) and Shirley Laban, Manager of Oxfam’s climate change program in Vanuatu and Coordinator of the Vanuatu Climate Action Network, Takara village on Efate Island, Vanuatu. Photo: Groovy Banana/OxfamAUS. Women MPs stride forward, but women’s issues remain lost...

Big bank sponsorship of Climate Week 2016, which kicked off Monday in New York City, "amounts to little more than greenwashing," according one environmental organization, given financial institutions' business-as-usual investment in fossil fuels.Indeed, Rainforest Action Network (RAN) charges three major sponsors—Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, and Bank of the West (BNP Paribas)—with "helping [to] drive the climate crisis" through their ongoing funding of extreme fossil fuels such as coal…

New video: 13 arrested to #KeepItInTheGround_Today, frontline activists and environmental leaders — including Rainforest Action Network Executive Director Lindsey Allen — put themselves on the line in Washington, D.C., to stop climate chaos. Lindsey and 12 others were arrested after occupying the Department of the Interior calling on President Obama to keep fossil fuels in the ground. #NoNewLeases #NoDAPL