Climate Week NYC

Customers Line Up For Opening Of Ikea Store In Colorado

Some of the most promising climate-friendly innovations are already out there on the market, they just need to be brought to scale. And large companies can be instrumental in that role, as even minor modifications to production and distribution reverberate across massive global supply chains. “Even the most innovative companies find it difficult to innovate,”… Keep reading →

Business And Political Leaders Attend Climate Week NYC Discussion

There is no shortage of small ways in which individuals can take action against climate change. What is lacking, at least thus far, is a solution equal to the scale of the challenge, according to World Bank President Jim Yong Kim. The World Bank is seeking to incorporate efforts to tackle climate change into its… Keep reading →

DC Party Animals Project

Former Republican Congressman Bob Inglis gave some advice on how to talk to conservatives about climate change at the Climate Week NYC opening ceremony on Monday. When you raise the issue, “loudmouths” will respond by saying the climate change is “hooey, nonsense, junk science”, he said. “They’re doubting the problem because they don’t like the proposed… Keep reading →

Megachurch Simulcasts Call For Conservative Supreme Court Nominee

On the US political spectrum, evangelical Christians are more commonly associated with the right than the left. And the right wing is where climate change denial, or at least skepticism, is most prominent. But according to Dorothy Boorse, associate biology professor at Gordon College – a Christian institution – calls for climate change action are… Keep reading →

Lookalikes Participate In The European Elvis Championships

What’s more likely: that man-made climate change is not happening, or that Elvis is still alive? The first installment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change‘s newest comprehensive assessment of the physical science basis of climate change is due out this Friday. “This will be the most authoritative consensus on the science of climate change to… Keep reading →