AL Gore is back on the scene with a second blockbuster climate change movie.

The failed presidential candidate turned climate campaigner has followed up his first foray into film making, An Inconvenient Truth, with the similarly titled An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power.

Al Gore is releasing a new movie titled An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power

Read more: All The Gorey Details


Rising on the world stage, dengue fever is transmitted by mosquitoes — and apparently air travel too.

Read more: Dangerous Dengue Fever Could Go Worldwide, with Help from Air Travel & Climate Change


If climate change is the defining challenge for human society, preserving tropical forests is essential - and faith can help, says World Resources Institute distinguished senior fellow Frances Seymour.

A Buddhist monk rests in Sra Damrei, a peaceful spot in the Phnom Kulen National Park in Cambodia. Religious leaders across the world are helping to mobilise people of faith to take climate action, including protecting forests. Image: Guillén Pérez, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

I grew up as the minister’s daughter in a Baptist church in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, a college town in the southern US. I witnessed first-hand how organized and energized faith communities took on the cause of racial justice in the early 1960s, as church leaders and lay members pushed to integrate the public school system, restaurants, and even the University of North Carolina basketball team.

Read more: Keeping faith in forests


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