How Can We Effect Change?

"Climate change is a reality. Caused by us all, it is a cultural, social and economic problem and must move beyond scientific debate. Cape Farewell is committed to the notion that artists can engage the public in this issue, through creative insight and vision." David Buckland, 2007

"Hardly anyone realises it yet, but the debate about climate change is over. Scientists around the world have now amassed a virtually unassailable body of evidence to support the conclusion that a rapid warming of our planet - caused principally by greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuel burning - is under way." Mark Lynas

Explore the links below which highlight some of the ways in which we as individuals can effect change. ›
Mark Lynas has seen the results of man-made climate change across five continents. Only urgent action can now prevent a catastrophe, he argues. ›
Planning a flight? Check your emissions first! ›
Global Action Plan programmes, tools and advice on how to be more environmentally friendly.

Acid Rain Retirement Fund ›
The Acid Rain Retirement Fund was founded to prevent air pollution by buying it right out of the sky. It's is a nonprofit corporation that uses 100% of the money donated to buy pollution allowances. ›
ClimateArk is a climate change portal and search engine dedicated to promoting public policy that addresses global climate change through reductions in carbon dioxide and other emissions, renewable energy, energy conservation and ending deforestation.

Kathy Barber, Here Today, 2005 (Neon, solar panel, cabling, battery)
Notes, thoughts and ideas from a recent conference on climate change
Here Today in neon

Kathy Barber, Here Today, 2005 (Neon, solar panel, cabling, battery)