REEFS OF HOPE STRATEGY
Facilitating the Adaptation of Coral Reefs to Climate Change
Austin Bowden-Kerby, PhD
Corals for Conservation
17 February 2018
Working to save islands and coral reefs from climate change
IEF member Austin Bowden-Kerby in Fiji has worked for many decades to address the problems of coral reefs and the small islands that depend on them. He has pioneered techniques for restoring damaged coral reefs by growing coral fragments to a size where they can be replanted on the reefs, just as trees are used for reforestation, as long as the source of damage has been controlled.
The Spirituality of Climate Change
On 3 December 2020, the Baha'i Blogcast with Rainn Wilson released a video Episode 59: The Spirituality of Climate Change, featuring IEF members Christine Muller, Arthur Dahl and Afsaneh Angelina Rafii, as well as an audio blog (1 hour 8 minutes).
Last updated 3 December 2020
Avoiding Another New Normal
Op Ed by Ian Hamilton
Office of Public Affairs, Bahá'ís of the United States
1 July 2020
Global Climate Crisis: Seeking Solutions
Online Conference, 20 April 2020
Organized by the Bahá'í Chair for World Peace, University of Maryland
The story of Rahima and Kalam:
Climate change and the coastal peoples of Bangladesh
By IEF Member Zobayer Raihan
When I met a local couple, Rahima and Kalam, on the banks of the Meghna River, the morning sun had just begun to spread its heat. Local boatman and passengers were starting their journeys to various destinations; traders were opening their shops near the landing platforms.
UN study shows accelerating climate change on land, sea and in the atmosphere
World Meteorological Organization, 10 March 2020
A wide-ranging UN climate report, released on Tuesday, shows that climate change is having a major effect on all aspects of the environment, as well as on the health and wellbeing of the global population.
Government Agency Warns
Global Oil Industry Is on the Brink of a Meltdown
We are not running out of oil, but it's becoming uneconomical to exploit it—another reason we need to move to renewables as quickly as possible.
by Nafeez Ahmed
4 February 2020
It is 100 seconds to midnight
2020 Doomsday Clock Statement
Science and Security Board
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
To: Leaders and citizens of the world
Re: Closer than ever: It is 100 seconds to midnight
Date: 23 January 2020
Greta Thunberg’s Remarks at the Davos Economic Forum
22 January 2020
New York Times, reporting from the World Economic Forum in Davos
DAVOS, Switzerland — Greta Thunberg spoke here Tuesday afternoon at an event hosted by The New York Times and the World Economic Forum. Here is the full transcript of her remarks: