Monthly Archives: February 2023

Voices of Resilience Project

Few days ago first draft of our Business Plan for Voices of Resilience Project was finished. Read bellow key points of the plan. Whole Business Plan is available here. Please let us know if you would like to get engaged and make your contribution to the Voices of Resilience Project. Spread the word

State of the North 2023 – Looking out to level up

• 1.5°C – dead or alive? The risks to transformational change from reaching and breaching the Paris Agreement goal • 30 years of Progressive Review: Reflecting on three decades of progressive politics • GreenGo: Unlocking an energy efficiency and clean heat revolution • Vacci-nation: A case study in health and prosperity Spread the word

It’s inequality that kills

Canadian author and professor of climate justice cautiously hails loss and damage agreements at Cop27. Naomi Klein published her first book on the climate crisis, This Changes Everything, almost a decade ago. She was one of the organisers and authors of Canada’s Leap manifesto, a blueprint for a rapid and justice-based transition off fossil fuels. In […]

‘We create changemakers’: the new UK college dedicated to climate crisis

The lecture theatre was once a cowshed, the study centre is an old farmhouse living room and the classrooms are mostly outdoors: welcome to the newest higher educational college in Britain. The former farm that is Black Mountains College campus is a core part of an insurgent institution that is the first entirely dedicated to adapting […]

The Secret to Making Concrete That Lasts 1,000 Years

Scientists have uncovered the Roman recipe for self-repairing cement—which could massively reduce the carbon footprint of the material today. Currently, concrete is second only to water as the world’s most consumed material, and making it accounts for about 7 percent of global emissions. Patents have now been secured by MIT. Masic says a company will […]

Food Security

SPECIAL REPORT ON CLIMATE CHANGE AND LAND. Observed climate change is already affecting food security through increasing temperatures, changing precipitation patterns, and greater frequency of some extreme events (high confidence). Studies that separate out climate change from other factors affecting crop yields have shown that yields of some crops (e.g., maize and wheat) in many lower-latitude […]