Daily Archives: July 5, 2017

Discovery: Amy Wallace ‪(Dispatches from the Gulf)‬

Professor Martin Siegert on US withdrawal from the Paris Agreement

Grantham Imperial

Published on Jun 2, 2017

Professor Martin Siegert, Co-Director at Imperial College London’s Grantham Institute – Climate Change and the Environment, discusses the implications of US withdrawal from the Paris Agreement on BBC World News, 1 June 2017.

Pricing Carbon: It’s About Our Economy & Our Future

World Bank

Published on Sep 22, 2014

This story isn’t about taking sides. It’s about our economy and our future. The fact is climate pollution isn’t free. Left unchecked, greenhouse gas emissions will cause unprecedented global damage. The bill for the damage comes to all of us. Addressing this issue creates opportunity: When polluting has a price, efficiency and innovation are rewarded. Action is underway around the world. This video is a collaboration of The World Bank Group and the We Mean Business Coalition.

The Future We See

Grantham Imperial

Published on Jul 5, 2017

The Paris Agreement has galvanised global commitment to taking strong action on climate change. To limit the average global temperature rise to two degrees Celcius, the future will involve a mix of new technologies, business scenarios and personal decisions. The Grantham Institute is working with policymakers, business leaders and researchers to evaluate decarbonisation pathways and help make the transition to a low-carbon future. Find out more on our website: www.imperial.ac.uk/grantham/our-work/mitigation/the-path-to-a-low-carbon-future

Expect the Unexpected: the Disruptive Power of Low-carbon Technology, is a report produced by the Grantham Institute in partnership with Carbon Tracker Initiative. It explores the disruptive power of low-carbon technology by looking at how ongoing cost reductions could see solar photovoltaics (PV) and electric vehicles (EVs) impact future demand for coal, oil and gas. Read the report: http://www.imperial.ac.uk/grantham/pu…

Real Stories of Hunger: Steven and Victoria in Texas

Feeding America

Published on May 17, 2017

Victoria and Steven had everything they needed before they moved to take care of Victoria’s ailing mother and aunt. They left their 3 bedroom house, Steven’s job and moved their three-year old son seven hours away because her mother needed them. As Steven looks for a job and Victoria cares for her mother, they use the food pantry to get by.

How We Work – Feeding America

Feeding America

Published on Nov 10, 2016

Give today to Feeding America and help 1 in 8 hungry Americans. You can join the fight to end hunger.

The Hungry To Help Project

Feeding America

Published on Jul 5, 2017

For millions of kids across America, when school lunches end, hunger begins. Join us on the road to ending child hunger this summer. Learn more about the Hungry to Help Project: FeedingAmerica.org/HungryToHelp