Monthly Archives: April 2023

Invest in our planet and the future of cities

C40 cities are showing the highest level of climate ambition; since 2011, cities have tripled the number of transformative climate actions implemented annually, showing that mayors are scaling up efforts to tackle the climate crisis and create resilient cities. Spread the word


As the world is suffocating under extreme weather events, widespread food and water scarcity, destruction of ecosystems, and a series of other interrelated climate-linked crises, Simon Sharpe’s book is a breath of fresh air … Five Times Faster takes you on a captivating – yet alarming – journey through the complexities of climate change … […]

It’s Earth Day!

For Earth Day 2023, we need to act (boldly), innovate (broadly), and implement (equitably). Businesses, governments, and citizens — everyone accounted for, and everyone accountable. A partnership for the planet. Spread the word

Minutes from our last Resilience 2:1 Board Meeting

Minutes from our last Resilience 2:1 Board Meeting is uploaded for your reference on the Resources Additional page but you can check it also if you follow this link. Spread the word

Bridging the climate change generation gap

Lakehead University surveyed teens and young adults between the ages of 16-25. Over half of the respondents said that climate change was making them feel anxious, afraid and they felt powerless to do anything about it. Spread the word

Man ends his life after an AI chatbot ‘encouraged’ him to sacrifice himself to stop climate change

According to his widow Pierre became extremely eco-anxious when he found refuge in Eliza, an AI chatbot on an app called Chai. Eliza consequently encouraged him to put an end to his life after he proposed sacrificing himself to save the planet. Spread the word

‘Rewilding’ Parts of the Planet Could Have Big Climate Benefits

Restoring populations of land and marine animals in targeted “rewilding” zones would speed up biological carbon pumps that remove carbon dioxide from the air and sequester the greenhouse gas where it doesn’t harm the climate, new research shows. Spread the word