Climate history backs bold actions now to keep fossil fuels in the ground

Climate history backs bold actions now to keep fossil fuels in the ground
 

In what has now become an annual summer tradition, people from all over Europe packed their bags for a pleasant stay in a... coal mine. Near Cologne, at the Ende Gëlande action, thousands stormed and occupied Europe’s largest single source of CO2 emissions for the third year in a row. With some 6,000 participants, the 2017 event is the biggest yet.
To understand why scientists like the eminent professor Joan Martinez Alier support such actions, let’s get our facts straight. While world leaders had 22 UN meetings to tackle the climate crisis since 1995, annual global carbon emissions from... read more

 
1 September 2017 in Environment, Views: 67
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