These Two Graphs Show Our Climate Goals Are Doomed

by: Blaine Skrainka

Don't be frightened, we've got GIFs too!

Tags: Bill McKibben, Blaine Skrainka, Brad Plummer, Climate Change, Environment, Global Warming, Green, IPCC, world, World Bank

4 Simple Things You Need to Know about the new IPCC Report on Climate Change

by: Blaine Skrainka

The U.N. suggests that local officials, the private sector, and individuals should stop waiting and start acting.

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Greenland is Melting: Vice Goes to the Frontline of Climate Change

by: Blaine Skrainka

Vice TV is back for its second season of "exploring the human condition" on HBO. In episode two, zine co-founder turn media mogul Shane Smith choppers us over Greenland to show the astonishing glacial melt resulting from climate change.

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In Case You Missed It

by: Blaine Skrainka

Your weekly WILD reader from around the world: Michael Dunn dodges first-degree murder conviction in killing of Jordan Davis; Facebook goes beyond the binary gender code; and Ellen Page comes out as a defender of human rights.

Tags: Blaine Skrainka, Climate Change, Ellen Page, Environment, Facebook, gender, Headlines, ICYMI, John Kerry, Jordan Davis, LGBT, Michael Dunn, news, Obama, Putin, Racism, Sochi 2014, The Wild Magazine, Winter Olympics, world
Sochi Winter Olympics: Newcastle street art protests against Russia's anti-gay laws - video

In Case You Missed It

by: Blaine Skrainka

This week: Russian authorities intimidation of environmental and gay rights activists; Michael Sam could be the first openly gay NFL player; and Pussy Riot land stateside.

Tags: " Anatomy Of Immaterial Worlds ", Blaine Skrainka, Colbert, Environment, Headlines, ICYMI, In Case You Missed It, Jeff Sharlet, LGBT, Michael Sam, news, Olympics, Politics, Pussy Riot, Putin, Russia, Sochi, The Wild Magazine
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Towards A Greener Shade of Death

by: Claire Voon

The grassroots green burial movement calls for more responsible, eco-friendly alternatives to the more traditional types of burials to ensure a more sustainable future for funerary practices.

Tags: Carbon Footprint, Claire Voon, death, Environment, environmental movements, funerals, Green, green burials, The Wild Magazine
Mark Ruffalo & Elected Officials Demand Protection Of NYC Drinking Water

Five Unexpected Celeb Environmentalists

by: The WILD

These celebs fight for the environment beyond the photo-op.

Tags: Darryl Hannah, Environment, Green, Hayden Pannetiere, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Mark Ruffalo, Ted Danson, The Wild Magazine, world
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A Super Typhoon and a Climate Change Conference

by: Blaine Skrainka

The COP19 U.N. conference on climate change opens in the wake of one the strongest super storms in recorded history.

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Deep Trouble: Rate of Ocean Acidification Highest in 300m Years

by: Jenna Hockema

Earth’s oceans are becoming more acidic, moving at a faster rate than it ever has in the past 300 million years, due to burning fossil fuels. Overfishing and pollution are also major culprits, all of […]

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Climate Change and Extreme Weather Events: an Update

by: Blaine Skrainka

Last summer, amidst a seemingly endless heatwave (and just a few months before Superstorm Sandy ravaged the East Coast), we posed a lingering question: Are we feeling the effects of climate change? At the time, […]

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