This page provides a variety of resources about climate change.
This document, developed by the Geneva Infant Feeding Association (GIFA), is designed to encourage other individuals and groups to integrate green feeding into their ongoing advocacy work on climate change.
This video tells the story of manufactured demand— how you get people to buy more than half a billion bottles of water every week when it already flows virtually free from the tap. Investment in clean available tap water is a key message.
About plastic pollution and the consequences of the global plastic crisis which we can’t burn, bury, or recycle our way out of. We need to develop policies that create systemic change, while phasing out single use plastics, to achieve a sustainable economy that works for people and the planet.
How we can move our economy in a more sustainable and just direction where the goal is better health, better jobs and a better chance to survive on the planet.
Rebecca Solnit is an American writer and Guardian US columnist who works on environmental and human rights campaigns. This article outlines some key encouraging developments, why the solutions we are looking for are already here, and how the contemporary barriers to more action on climate change are political will and economic incentive.
Rebecca Solnit is an American writer and Guardian US columnist who works on environmental and human rights campaigns. This article presents a set of ‘tools’ to help deal with our inner feelings of anxiety and fear about climate change, while taking outward actions to do something positive.
Optimistic report on the potential of solar and wind energy – full report also available. The only barrier to this change is not economic or technical, but political.