The climate crisis is the battle of our time, and we can win

by Al Gore, NY Times Things take longer to happen than you think they will, but then they happen much faster than you thought they could. The destructive impacts of the climate crisis are now following the trajectory of that economics maxim as horrors long predicted by scientists are becoming realities. More destructive Category 5 […]

Australian minister changes his mind about climate change

by Katharine Murphy and Paul Karp, The Guardian Australia’s minister responsible for drought and natural disasters, David Littleproud, now says he accepts the science on manmade climate change, and “[I] always have”. Littleproud’s comments to the House of Representatives on Thursday were entirely at odds with a written statement he made to Guardian Australia on […]

Ask a climate scientist

In this new column, our resident climate scientist, Carl Mears, will answer your most pressing questions about climate. Carl is a member of our board. First up: Question: I’ve heard the best way to change things at speed and scale is policy, policy, policy. I am too young to vote. My voting uncle doesn’t believe […]