WORLD SCIENTISTS WARNING TO HUMANITY:

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November 5, 2019

by Charles Gregoire

Approximately 2 years after the World Scientists' Warning to Humanity (2nd Notice) was released in 2017 an additional warning in the form of the "World Scientists's Warning of a Climate . . .

June 18, 2019

by Heidi Brault

This additional alert from the Alliance of World Scientists (AWS) examines  the critical role that microorganisms play in the biological factors of climate change. The way in which microorganisms respond . . .

November 13, 2017

by Stuart Scott

On its 25th anniversary, a group of scientists looked back at that first warning to evaluate humanity’s response. What they found was most distressing. With the exception of curtailing depletion . . .

December 1, 1992

by Stuart Scott

Twenty-five years ago, the Union of Concerned Scientists in Washington, D.C. along with over 1,700 scientists from around the world, including the majority of then-living Nobel laureates in the sciences, . . .

Blog    Wiki

October 12, 2021

by Robert Hunziker

FacingFuture.TV recently hosted a preview of the upcoming IPCC 2021 UN climate report, which report guides the gathering of dignitaries from around the world meeting in Glasgow this November to . . .

October 8, 2021

by Tina Rothery and Rupert Read

COP26 is critical to human history. The summit, originally scheduled for 2020, was supposed to be the most important COP since the achievement of the Paris Agreement, and was supposed . . .

October 4, 2021

by Robert Hunziker

Global warming in Siberia is on a hot streak! It was +6°C last year. In like manner, if the entire planet hit +6°C above pre-industrial, it would be lights out, . . .

September 18, 2021

by Robert Hunziker

The UK (in partnership with Italy) will host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties, COP26 in Glasgow on October 31- November 12, 2021. COP26 will be one . . .

September 4, 2021

by Robert Hunziker

The Amazon rainforest is arguably the world’s premier asset. Indeed, it’s the world’s most crucial asset in a myriad of ways, nothing on Earth compares. Yet, it is infernally stressed . . .

August 30, 2021

by Robert Hunziker

According to SPEI Global Drought Monitor, no continent is spared the ravages of severe drought, except for Antarctica. This is happening at a global temperature of 1.2°C above baseline, not . . .

August 20, 2021

by Robert Hunziker

U.S House Representative Ilhan Omar (D-MN) recently introduced a bill in Congress to overhaul GDP, the nation’s most watched economic indicator. On July 30th she introduced the Genuine Progress Indicator . . .

August 12, 2021

by Margaret Beasley

According to the FAO (Food & Agriculture Organisation of the UN), 1/3 of all food produced for human consumption is wasted! Since 1970, the world's population has doubled. It is . . .

August 11, 2021

by Robert Hunziker

Seaspiracy is a powerful new documentary about the hazardous, unruly world of industrial fishing and stomach-churning abuse, overuse, disregard for life, as shown on Netflix, released by Disrupt Studios March . . .

August 9, 2021

Jefim Vogel, et al

Meeting human needs at sustainable levels of energy use is fundamental for avoiding catastrophic climate change and securing the well-being of all people. In the current political-economic regime, no country . . .

July 2, 2021

by Robert Hunziker

Worldwide toxic chemicals are six times global warming emissions. This hidden dilemma is fully exposed in a superbly researched new book by science writer Julian Cribb: Earth Detox, How and . . .

June 29, 2021

by Robert Hunziker

The news does not get much worse than a recent scientific report that the planet is trapping twice as much heat as it did only 14 years ago. If this . . .

May 27, 2021

by Phillip Middleton

I have an idea that to some extent this life we are being obliged to live under lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic may, in part, reflect the type of . . .

May 21, 2021

by Robert Hunziker

Like the mythical Phoenix, Chernobyl rises from the ashes. A recent… “Surge in fission reactions in an inaccessible chamber within the complex” is alarming scientists that monitor the ruins of . . .

April 25, 2021

by Robert Hunziker

Grandiose plans to cool Earth, saving the planet from overheating by utilizing low-tech balloon flights sprinkling particles into the atmosphere to reflect solar radiation back into outer space have been . . .

March 14, 2021

by Usha Alexander

Humans are a migratory creature, by nature. Our time on Earth once saw families and whole communities roaming irrepressibly across open savannas, leaning hard into the blowing tundra, scaling snowy . . .

March 11, 2021

by Usha Alexander

—Change. Resilience. Where do we start? I’ve got no idea. What happens after this? Listen! The answer is here!— These words, splashed on posters, jumped out at me from images . . .

March 5, 2021

by Brian McGavin

The drive by tech giants to develop artificial intelligence envisages every facet of our lives dominated by 5G networks. The media paints it as the technology of the future, but 5G is . . .

March 1, 2021

by Dr. Peter Wadhams

(Solution or band aid? The capture of CO2, to which the "Green & Blue" section of La Repubblica, a daily Italian newspaper,  has just dedicated a special edition as well . . .

February 27, 2021

by Usha Alexander

My sketch of a future world is premised upon geophysical and biospheric changes that are already well underway. And while there are, of course, uncertainties about the future, what we . . .

February 25, 2021

by Usha Alexander

The future world will be more barren than the one we’ve known, traveled by fewer animals, both in kind and in number. Fewer birds making a ruckus in the treetops. . . .

February 23, 2021

by Usha Alexander

One evening some years ago, I noticed that something about our back patio light looked ... unnatural, though I couldn’t say just what about it was odd. Only weeks later . . .

February 22, 2021

by Usha Alexander

In the late fifteenth century, European seafarers began searching for what they called the “Northwest Passage,” a fabled route across the Arctic Ocean, which would allow them to sail northward . . .

February 10, 2021

by Stephen Kwakye

You may have a front row seat in witnessing the breakdown of the greatest societies that have ever existed in history. This is truly a one in a million spectacle . . .

ScientistsWarning.TV    Media Advisories

July 8, 2021

Youtube Video

Stuart Scott and Noam Chomsky discuss their views about death and the afterlife, as well as the critical need for activism to produce change. Co-hosted by Dale Walkonen, FacingFuture is . . .

December 9, 2018

Youtube Video

Greta Thunberg is joined by her father Svante to talk about her path from an unknown Swedish school girl to an internationally recognized climate leader. If governments don't give a . . .

December 18, 2020

Youtube Video

Program Video Link A Climate Emergency is upon us. Pandemics and security breaches pale in comparison in terms of danger to humanity and life on Earth. We will either act . . .

October 15, 2020

Youtube Video

This is the first of several conversations to come on what is without exaggeration the greatest threat to Humanity and all of Life on Earth - the risk of radioactive . . .

We Are Being Warned

Humanity is on a collision course with Nature.
A damaged Nature will survive. We may not.
We must change course to avert an ecological disaster.

London-smog

Atmosphere

Air pollution is the release of substances into the air that are detrimental...

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California reservoir late summer 2011 and 2014

Clean Water

Today fully one-sixth of the world’s human population lacks access to clean drinking...

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Oceans

Human activities are threatening the health of the world's oceans. More than 80...

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Soil

It is the fragile 'skin' that anchors all life on Earth, comprised of...

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Forests

  Deforestation is clearing Earth's forests on a massive scale, often resulting in...

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Biodiversity

World Wildlife Foundation estimates 60% of global biodiversity loss results from clearing land...

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Are there too many people

Population

Unsustainable growth Until the early 19th century, fewer than a billion people lived...

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Climate induced drought in US Southwest

Climate

Climate change has already begun to transform life on Earth.  Without action, the impacts of...

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Diet

What’s Good for the Planet, is Good for You "If one cares about...

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Economic Growth

Infinite Growth on a Finite Planet “Global civilization has an operating system. It...

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We Must Take Action


Humanity is on a collision course with nature.
We must take action if we are to survive.

Activism and Civil Disobedience

Activism and Civil Disobedience Now more than ever, citizens of the world must take action regarding the climate crisis. Activism is...

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Legal Remedies

Have you heard of anyone going to court to obtain protection from climate change impacts? Or to sue a company...

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Adopt a Plant Rich Diet

If you're looking for something you can do starting immediately that will have the biggest most profound impact on the...

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Fly Less

Flying is bad for the environment and a major driver of climate change. The number of flights is forecast to...

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Distinguish Needs and Wants

"Distinguish between real needs and artificial wants and control the latter," is a quote from Mahatma Gandhi that quite aptly...

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Regard All Life as Sacred

Regard All Life as Sacred Regard all life as sacred because that is what sustains us on this planet. There...

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Subscribe to The Daily Climate

The Daily Climate is an independent media organization working to increase public understanding of climate change, including its scope and...

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The Alliance Of World Scientists

The Alliance of World Scientists (AWS) is a new international assembly of scientists, which is independent of both governmental and non-governmental organizations and corporations. It asserts that in order to prevent widespread misery caused by catastrophic damage to the biosphere,...

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