The effects of climate change come in many guises: increasingly intense storms, too much snow, not enough snow, heat waves, droughts, floods.
We have to start seeing the climatic connections between these weather events, says advocacy group 350.org. Only then will we realize how much of what we hold dear is threatened by climate change—and react accordingly.
On May 5, 2012 people around the world "connected the dots;" combined, the images the created illustrate how profoundly climate change is already affecting us.
Tornadoes, fires, floods, crop failures—they're all isolated events, right? This powerful video helps connect the dots of the climate catastrophe.
Bill McKibben: It’s time for each of us to get involved in the full-on fight between misinformation and truth.
We often don’t have the words to express our strong emotions about environmental destruction or a changing climate. Meet the man who’s trying to fix that.