Climate Change

Climate change affects all of us and all the systems on planet Earth - from natural disasters to disrupted growing seasons, our changing climate is having widespread effects. Here are some ideas for how to deal with climate change, how to adapt and how to try and cut down on the change while we still can.

Planet Forward
The climate talks have begun in Cancun. How will things fair in comparison to Copenhagen last year? Planet Forward host Frank Sesno chats via skype with environmental reporter Kate Sheppard of Mother Jones to get the latest.
I take  the question of the energy and environmental future of our world to the street. Hear people's thoughts and ideas and comment in with your own!
A :60 spec spot advocating the use of solar power created by T.H. "Stone" Lyons. Music by: Lisa Forseth
It’s almost been a year since the climate bill got a thumbs up in the House of Representatives. Now, the suspense over the unveiling of the climate and energy bill in the Senate is somewhat over or so we think. The bill sponsored by senators Graham... Read More
In this week's NWF Climate Capsule, an endangered species at Glacier National Park, how a climate bill would hit America's enemies where it hurts & a "global cooling" flashback with Dirty the Global Warming Denier Sock Puppet.
For 10 years, the Ski Area Citizens Coalition has published its ski area environmental report card, a rating system that grades ski resorts across the west according to their impact on the natural environment.
Researcher Aly Courtemanch starts her work day on skis. That’s how she gets around on the alpine terrain where she studies the Teton Range bighorn sheep herd. Using GPS devices and trail counters, Courtemanch a scientist a the Cooperative Fish... Read More
Planet Forward
A theoretical look at our energy future
Planet Forward
From Kevin Kamps, Beyond Nuclear's watchdog on radioactive waste and nuclear power subsidies
Music video for the "350 Rap" for climate change action. Special thanks to all the participants, to videographer & co-director Cate Smierciak and to Fat Tire Bike Tours Berlin. Why 350? 350 parts per million is the safe level of carbon dioxide... Read More

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