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Trump wants to put Dr. William Happer, who has no formal training in climate science, in charge of a panel that will decide if climate change is a threat to the U.S.
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We’ve created a Climate Action Bingo card, a fun checklist of sustainable actions, so you can identify what you have done and what more there is you can do!
Some of the most profound impacts of climate change are happening in the world’s oceans.
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The American Petroleum Institute (API), the oil industry’s most powerful trade group, first became aware of climate change as early as 1959, nearly 60 years ago. What the group did next was astonishing. After studying the problem of climate change for another decade, API then decided to embark on a science disinformation campaign that continues … Continue reading “Big Oil Knew”
We’re changing the name of our organization from YEARS OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY to The YEARS Project, like the hashtag our fans have been using all along.
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If these carmakers want to go green, why are they also fighting fuel-efficiency standards? Call them out today.
While Toyota, Volvo and Volkswagen work to convince consumers of their green credentials, they refuse to disavow the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers.
Are you passionate about climate change and want to join our team? Here are our current career opportunities.
Years of Living Dangerously is currently seeking interns to work part-time with our production team in our NYC office.
One of the most powerful ways you can help solve climate change is to vote. Take the pledge.
Senator Al Franken presents the first ever episode of Boiling The Frog, with a story about an overweight smoker.
We’re dedicated to telling the stories of the millions of people who may be displaced by the environmental disasters brought on by climate change.
With Donald J. Trump’s full-on assault on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency now underway, we travelled to Harvard Kennedy School recently to interview former Administrator Gina McCarthy.
The Bard Center for Environmental Policy will host a national webinar on carbon pricing on Wednesday, April 5th at 7:00 PM EST.
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JULY 21, 2018
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to YEARS OF LIVING DANGEROUSLY. Here’s what we need HELP with.
They’re all right here.
Help shut down coal plants.
Bike, walk or drive an EV.
Look at what COMMUNITIES are doing. YOURS can do the same.
They also want a PRICE ON CARBON.
We’re in a race against time to prevent widespread climate disasters. Can the good news outpace the bad? Welcome to our weekly recap.
Years of Living Dangerously Events and Screenings PAST EVENTS June 9, 2017 “Collapse of the Oceans” – Episode Screening Friday at 9:45 PM Piazza Maggiore, Bologna Italy Part of the #All4TheGreen week of environmental events, the screening will be held at Piazza Maggiore, Bologna’s central square, on a solar-powered open air cinema. More details here. January 31 … Continue reading “Event Schedule”
What is a price on carbon?
When you use less water, you shrink your carbon footprint.
Yes, recycling really can help stop climate change!
Everything has an embedded carbon footprint.
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A complete guide to the stories and correspondents featured in Years of Living Dangerously’s second season, airing on Nation Geographic Channel.
Sign the #PutAPriceOnIt petition in support of a national price on carbon!
17 Climate Change Solutions You Can Do Yourself
As college students across the country return to campus, we’re partnering with a team of young, passionate climate activists to launch the #PutAPriceOnIt campaign.