Update on Karl’s adventures in South Africa 1) to build a rain water collection system at a school which had no permanent water source, and 2) to study the way that rural communities like Kuboes are adapting to the changing climate in South Africa. Click the link to learn more…Read More
Two new films make the case for nuclear energy solutions for climate change. Read about the new films “The New Fire” and “Pandora’s Promise” and join the debate on nuclear energy. Is it necessary for a renewable energy future, or are the hazards too great? Many climate activists are taking a second look.Read More
The future of self-driving cars and drone deliveries has a dark side. Is there hope for a brighter future?…Read More
"...I attended the COP 23 meetings as an official observer over their two-week period. It was my first COP attendance, and it was extraordinary, enlightening and simultaneously, quite sobering. While the conference was held in Germany, the official host of the meeting was Fiji...."Read More
Iceberg the size of Delaware calved off the Larsen C Ice Sheet of Antarctica. What are you doing to turn the tide?Read More
Minerva and FigBytes just collaborated on a webinar about Sustainability 2.0. I was surprised to be reminded how inspiring systemic change can be. We delved into the transformative possibilities for sustainability and climate action and considered tools for setting ambitious visions and navigating to those goals....Read More
Sound business practice and fiduciary responsibility require that risks to a business are estimated and taken into account either through insurance or through measures to prevent or reduce losses. …The consequences of climate change … lead to new types of risk that many businesses have not yet taken into account....
Post Paris Climate Action panel at Stanford's SVES2016Read More