Climate Change: The Trouble with Trees

Tree-planting has been hailed as a solution to climate change. But how much can trees really do to tackle global warming? See our research here:

‘The Age of Stupid’ Revisited

Ten years after climate movie The Age of Stupid had its green-carpet, solar-powered premiere, we follow its director as she revisits people and places from the film and asks: are we still heading for the catastrophic future it depicted? (Source:…

‘THANK YOU FOR THE RAIN’ is Brilliant in Exposing the Psychological Impact of Climate Change

By Gregory Crofton Kisilu and Christina Mutya feed their family by cultivating a variety of crops on land in Southern Kenya. It can be a brutal existence, one hinged to the weather. It helps that Kisilu is a patient and…

In Short Supply: A Story on Modern Farming

The American food system doesn’t make it easy for small farmers to get their healthy food to your home, but meet two farmers who are trying: Ricky Horton and Sherilyn Shepard. They’re siblings who grow tomatoes, cucumbers, and other vegetables…

Exxon Researched Climate Change in 1977

A short film from Frontline about Exxon’s early research into climate change produced in collaboration with InsideClimate News.
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