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France Judged Guilty in Climate Case

For five years, climate activists have touted the 2015 Paris Agreement as a milestone in the commitment made by almost all the countries of the world

Grow a Greener Grid

In August of 2003, a high-voltage power line in northern Ohio brushed against some overgrown trees setting off a series of line failures and overloads

The Paris Agreement & the Future

The Paris Agreement is a legally binding international treaty on climate change. It aims to keep global warming between 2 to 1.5 degrees Celsius through

ENERGY

Coal is Dying, and So Are We

Coal is a dead man walking, but it’s taking too long to die. As the dirtiest of fossil fuels, coal is one of the main

CITY TECH BLOG

Climate Ambassadors: Legal Representation for Earth

Climate change has made the Earth unwell and in need of competent legal representation from litigators committed to fighting for its survival; becoming ambassadors of

POLICIES AND POLITICS

Trudeau Goes Green!

A huge climate story is brewing in Canada. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau just dismissed his conservative Finance Minister, Bill Morneau, and replaced him with an

CITY TECH BLOG

How Misinformation is Blinding Us

Why do some people refuse to believe in climate change? I believe that the answer to this question is simply fear and misinformation. Today there

CLIMATEYOU

China’s Actions in The Paris Agreement

On April 1, 2016, China signed the Paris Climate Agreement. According to its pledges and targets for the Paris Agreement, China set the following goals: