An environmental organization in India has taken to the airwaves to help rural communities prepare for the impacts of climate change – using the format of a reality show competition!
Although there is still much work to do, we have made progress. Over the course of the past year we have seen the pendulum begin to swing back toward broad support for climate solutions.
Still trying to find that perfect gift for the impossible-to-shop-for relative/friend/mailman in your life, but nothing seems right? I always tell myself that I’ll buy more “green” gifts every year, but no matter how environmentally responsible, it’s still “stuff.”
GRIHA is quickly challenging some myths, such as the notion that a green building costs more. In fact, GRIHA buildings have had little or no cost differential, and some have even had lower construction costs. For the few projects that have had a small initial cost increase of up to 5%, the additional money is recovered almost immediately from energy and water savings that continue over the building’s lifetime.
This year, Roz Savage, environmental campaigner and our own Climate Presenter, became the first woman to row solo across “the big three” (the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Oceans). A holder of multiple world records, Roz’s ultimate goal is to help people learn about environmental issues and inspire change through rowing.
Two months ago, we invited you to take action by hosting a presentation in your community. The response we received was phenomenal. Over 1,800 leaders across the globe (and counting!) have requested a Climate Reality presentation. We’ve received requests from 93 countries, all 50 U.S. states and Puerto Rico, and over 1,083 cities across the globe. Your voice is helping us reach thousands. We’ve created this infographic to show the world that we are active around the globe, helping people learn about the climate crisis and move toward real solutions. What does this show? It shows that while progress on … Read More
Has your mayor put your city or town on the map yet? If so, show him or her your support, and see how you can get involved in local efforts. If not, encourage your mayor to join the community of local leaders who are already busy confronting climate change!
Islamabad, Pakistan is one of the featured locations in 24 Hours of Reality.
Canberra, Australia, is one of the featured locations in 24 Hours of Reality.
Once you learn how the reality of climate change is impacting Canberra, here’s how you can help.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is one of the featured locations in 24 Hours of Reality.
Once you learn how the reality of climate change is impacting Rio, here’s how you can help.