Planetary destruction is at an all-time high. Wealth inequality is widening. The current economic system is not equipped to fully solve these problems.
It’s much, much worse than you think it is. This resource provides an overview of the current state of climate crisis and explains what is going to happen to our planet in the near future if we don’t make a substantial change soon. This is a long-form article printed in the New Yorker after the release of David Wallace-Wells’s new book, also titled The Uninhabitable Earth.
Did you remember to turn off the lights before leaving home? Did you cut your shower short this morning? While these issues are important in decreasing your carbon footprint, Diana Ivanova argues that how you spend money is significantly more impactful.
The Climate Emergency Manifesto was written in reaction to the most recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) Special Report, which warned of the mass human and ecological suffering of global warming at 2° Celsius. This resource provides an introduction to how we can use politics and our governments to avert climate catastrophe.