- Why Climate Activism Matters Show All
“It’s the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine.”
I saw what climate change hell looks like. Now I’m joining the Global Climate Strike. You should too
I strike because at 21 years old, I drove alone into an inferno. I saw hell on Earth between the mountains and the ocean, and I watched it again in Napa and Paradise.
I look at what you can do about climate change using individual, personal, and collective actions.
I look at environmental protests like the recent September climate strikes in order to understand protest's place in creating much-needed climate action.
The Earth Day jubilee is reason to celebrate the dramatic progress in cleaning up the environment—and draw the right lessons for the fight against climate change.
Growing up, Brooke LaDouceur was disappointed by the lack of activist culture in her Southern California hometown. Now, she's a volunteer organizer mobilizing her community for clean energy and climate justice. This is her story.
Environmental activism refers to the coming together of various groups of individuals and organizations that work in collaboration in social, scientific, political, and conservational fields with the main purpose of addressing environmental concerns.
Individual acts like eating less meat or adopting solar power won't on their own save the planet, but they can inspire new social norms that lead to policy change.
- Famous Climate Activists Show All
“If we do not do things differently, we are finished,” she said. “We can’t go on very much longer like this.”
An impassioned speech by Leonardo DiCaprio about climate change at the United Nations.
US representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez gave a speech at a global mayors event on Friday, highlighting that the world's most advanced and richest economies are failing to take sufficient steps to combat climate change.
Sixteen-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg explains why she traveled to America in a zero emissions boat and lays out the direct impact climate change has on the planet.
16-year-old activist Greta Thunberg at the UN COP25, at the Climate Emergency Event.
Actor and activist Robert Redford tells his personal story of what moves him to protect the environment, and his journey in doing so. "Art and nature combined, makes the world a better place".
Jane Fonda says climate change is singularly vital issue after decades of activism: 'This is the future of the entire planet'
Fonda says climate change is the most urgent issue in decades of her activism.
Living ecosystems like forests, mangroves, swamps and seabeds can pull enormous quantities of carbon from the air and store them safely, but natural climate solutions currently receive only 2% of the funding spent on cutting emissions.
- How To Get Involved Show All
Here are the four steps you can take to progressively ease into environmental activism and community outreach.
Veganism might help and it’s always good to avoid flying. But the answer to Earth’s emergency must involve political, collective action – and there are countless ways to get active.
How can we work together to chart a different course?
Eating less meat and switching banks can help tackle climate change.
Because we can’t stop climate change with tote bags and reusable straws alone.
The Director of Programs at the Natural Resources Defense Council on the fights she faces , and how to get involved.
Opportunites abound to make a difference, from setting up an online petition, to joining a local green group, to entering politics.
Can shopping save the world? The Story of Change urges viewers to put down their credit cards and start exercising their citizen muscles to build a more sustainable, just and fulfilling world.
You know the climate crisis is devastating the Earth. And you want to know what you can do. Take the quiz to learn how you can make a difference and get involved.
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