July 27, 2015
Amy Frykman

Do a quick Google image search for energy efficiency. What comes up?

July 22, 2015
Christa Daniels

Earlier this month, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit dismissed a lawsuit by the nation’s largest coal companies and 14 coal-producing states that sought to block EPA’s Clean Power Plan.  The court rejected the lawsuit, declaring it was “unprecedented” for a court to review a rule that is only in draft form.

July 13, 2015
Sutton Eaves

The concept of uncertainty is used in a lot of different ways to promote and discourage action on climate change.

June 30, 2015
Amy Huva

Research is clear that values-based messages are among the most effective for reaching diverse audiences. That said, many organizations are still reluctant to deliver the softer side of the climate argument, relying instead on facts and information to draw attention.

June 24, 2015
Cara Pike

The climate conversation is both changing and intensifying as some of the world's biggest leaders raise the alarm about climate change from a moral and health perspective, to name a few.

June 19, 2015
Amy Huva

Today, the Vatican released the latest encyclical (letter to guide followers) by Pope Francis the leader of the Catholic Church. The first papal encyclical to address the environment, Laudato Si’ (Praised Be) calls for action on climate change by invoking the responsibility we all have to care for our common home, the planet we live on.

June 18, 2015
Graham Reeder

It’s no secret that the climate movement has been going through an existential crisis. Decades of alarming scientific papers and thousands of presentations on the dire consequences of delaying caps on greenhouse gas emissions culminated in collapse and despair at the Copenhagen climate talks in 2009.