Recently, people in Sweden have chosen to fly less and take the train more. They have coined a new word, "flygskam", for the shame associated with flying and its climate impact. When Swedes want to...
Climate of change
At last there are reasons to hope we might head off runaway climate change, writes Colin Campbell-Hunt.
If climate change doesn't impact you directly, there's a very good chance those who are affected will be dropping by, writes Colin Campbell-Hunt.
Increased use of methane risks speeding our progress towards a more volatile climate, writes Colin Campbell-Hunt.
Sometimes it is too hot to be very productive, a circumstance more of us will encounter more often, writes Colin Campbell-Hunt.
The sun provides all the energy we'll ever need. We just need to plug into its current output, writes Colin Campbell-Hunt
Dunedin is facing up to change, providing the opportunity for everyone to contribute to building a shared long-term vision, writes Colin Campbell-Hunt.
If the voters of the future could be polled today, what issues would they want us to act on now? writes Colin Campbell-Hunt.
Neither Donald Trump nor the market have the answers to addressing climate change, writes Colin Campbell-Hunt.
The path to a carbon-neutral future will require radical change and vigorous action, writes Colin Campbell-Hunt.
It is time to consign the black rocks that stoked the Industrial Revolution to history, writes Colin Campbell Hunt.