Stories from the front lines of climate change

Stories from the front lines of climate change

The amazingly talented Benjamin Drummond and Sara Joy Steele, WA-based documentary filmmakers and photographers, are back at it with a new series for the TEAM network: Tropical Ecology Assessment and Monitoring network. They’ve created TEAM Stories, following...
Car-free day in Paris

Car-free day in Paris

Yesterday, Paris had it’s first car-free day. And it was beautiful! Watch the video linked here to see, and hear, Paris – without cars! The poetry of people, as we were meant to be. ā€œEveryone seems to be smiling, and not as stressed.ā€ “Like a...
Oil trains, accidents, and climate change

Oil trains, accidents, and climate change

Oil trains carry 33.7 million barrels of oil across the United States every month. This is fifty times more oil than was carried in trains in 2010. The fracking and tar sands boom plus a reduction in pipeline construction has led to this huge increase of rail...
Life On Thin Ice

Life On Thin Ice

Jenny Ross photographs the Arctic, one of the places where the impacts of climate change are being felt the most. There, the temperature is rising much faster than anywhere else on Earth: three times faster than elsewhere. Among the many changes caused by rising...

POC21

All eyes are on COP21, the UN Climate Change talks coming this November and December in Paris. To get into the talks… well, it’s tricky. Plus you have to go to Paris, and find a hotel room. Forget it. And if previous UN COP meetings are any indication,...