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This week's suggestions to check out 
from September 2015:

Climate change is behind surge of migrants  -  Time.com 
Migrant Crisis: what we're seeing now is just the beginning -  InsideClimateNews

Global migration is climate change crisis - not refugee crisis  - CommonDreams

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The State of Our Planet  
Learn what the experts are saying

In his latest book, The Revenge of Gaia, James Lovelock predicts that by 2020 extreme weather will be the norm, causing global devastation; that by 2040 much of Europe will be Saharan -   link  
2C - What does it mean? 

      Explaining the Polar Vortex –   Scientific American


Divestment from fossil fuels campaign - link  Updated June 29


  
 IPCC/COP talks

Latest update - August 26 2016 -  more
      
 Plus other global initiatives -    link

Next talks in Marrakech - November 2016 
  


In advance of the Paris COP-21
talks -  the People's Pigrimage from Rome to Paris commenced September 30 2015                                              link
My blogs and reports from the pilgrimage - link here

The 1,000 km Climate Walk for Justice in the Philippines concluded Nov. 8, 2014 in Tacloban, where Super Typhoon Haiyan made landfall in 2013  - more details at Walk for the Climate      Also see page on Yeb Sao link  

Fast for the Climate A global movement with youth groups, environmental groups, and faith-based groups calling for urgent action on climate change.
To support my continuing work for Fast for the Climate please click here.


Keystone XL pipeline

The tar sands contain enough carbon - 
240 gigatons - to add 120 ppm to the atmosphere

                              Updated July 27 2016 more

                               Updated August 27

  • IPPC talks -  Paris Agreement ceremony planned for  September 21 
  • Waste-to-Energy -  The complicated journey to zero waste
  • Australia -  Warning of extreme climate events 
  • Arctic -  What does an ice-free Arctic mean?
  • Carbon CaptureShell-backed study identifies safe carbon storage zones
  • Wind Power - First U.S. offshore wind farm is complete
                   Young voices appeal for action

Severn Suzuki (age 12) speaks at the 1992 Rio de Janeiro Earth Summit  link

(See also the
speech by 13 year-old Felix Finkbeider of Germany in New York in 2011.)

Canadian student, Anjali Appadurai, offers
powerful appeal in Durban on behalf of the world's young people not in power for climate action now. 
 
 
2004 Pentagon report - climate change will destroy us. Pentagon says climate change over the next 20 years could result in a global catastrophe costing millions of lives in wars and natural disasters - read more   




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