Sunday, 22 January 2017

On the climate change frontline: the disappearing fishing villages of Bangladesh

theguardian


Kutubdia’s islanders don’t have much of a carbon footprint – most don’t have regular electricity. But they are facing the reality of a changing climate, and soon tens of millions of their fellow Bangladeshis will be at risk. Story here.

A common scene in Bangladesh. Photo by Liftarn.





Dirty industries spend more on politics, keeping us in the fossil age.

by George Monbiot
Alberta tar sands - photo by "Beautiful Destruction."
Make America Wait Again. That’s what Donald Trump’s energy policy amounts to. Stop all the clocks, put the technological revolution on hold, ensure that the transition from fossil fuels to clean power is delayed for as long as possible. Story here.