According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Synthesis Report there is no future for fossil fuels. The world must scale back the use of fossil fuels immediately and eliminate their use by 2100 if we are to avoid the worse impacts of climate change.
Infographic – Stranded Fossil Fuel Assets
Reducing Fossil Fuel Use: The Longer We Wait the More it will Cost
CERES Oil and Gas Climate Stress Test
Fossil Fuels are a Clear and Present Danger
Declaration of Freedom from Fossil Fuels
Infographic – One Day in the Life of Big Oil
Study on the Fossil Fuel Industry and the Bursting of the Carbon Bubble
Graph of Fossil Fuels GHG Contributions
The Dangers of Transporting Fossil Fuels
Debate: McKibben vs. Epstein—Are Fossil Fuels a Risk to the Planet? (Video)
350.org’s Connect the Dots End Fossil Fuel (2012)
350.org’s Bill McKibben on Connect the Dots (2012)
The Cost of Carbon
The intense wildfires that raged across the Western U.S., South America, and Australia in 2020 are being attributed to climate change. What makes these fires unprecedented is their size and...