It's much, much later than you think
This really isn't about polar bears any more. At this very moment, the fate of civilization itself hangs in the balance. It turns out that the way we have been calculating the future impacts of climate change up to now has been missing a really important piece of the picture. It seems we are now dangerously close to the tipping point in the world's climate system; this is the point of no return, after which truly catastrophic changes become inevitable.
Climate change, nuclear power and the energy revolution
Climate of Hope is a 30 minute documentary created to demystify climate change and nuclear energy. While the threat of climate change is now widely accepted in the community, the potential for nuclear power stations in Australia has raised questions about the best strategy for our country to move to a low-carbon economy.
voices from the Camp for Climate Action 2006
Climate change is now a reality. Leading scientists across the world agree that in a 'business as usual scenario' we have no longer than 10 years to prevent 2-3 degrees of additional global warming that will lead to irreversible climatic changes with dramatic consequences for our planet.
voices from the Camp for Climate Action
In the summer of 2006, 600 people set up a Camp for Climate Action in the shadow of one of the biggest C02 emitters in Europe: Drax coal-fired power station in Yorkshire / UK. With over one hundred workshops on a wide range of topics, the 10 day camp was a space of collective learning, sustainable living and taking direct action on the root causes of climate change.