24 Hours of Reality 2018: Protect Our Planet, Protect Ourselves
On 3-4th December, we travelled across the Earth for 24 hours to learn more about how fossil fuels and climate change are creating unique health risks that threaten the wellness of families and communities all over the world.
INDIA – LIGHTING A PATH TO THE FUTURE
Indian hour featured a live presentation by Vice President Al Gore, an in-depth look at the formation of the International Solar Alliance, and conversations with Dr. K. Srinath Reddy, the president of the Public Health Foundation of India, and World Health Organization regional director Dr. Poonam Khetrapal Singh.
Stay tuned for Indian hour recording.
24 Hours of Reality Watch Parties by Climate Reality Leaders and Partners
Hosted by former Vice President Al Gore, the global broadcast event 24 Hours of Reality: Protect Our Planet, Protect Ourselves will sound the alarm on the clear and present danger that fossil fuels and climate change pose to the health of families and communities across the planet.
Right to health is a basic human right and we should not deny ourselves of it.
Blog by Sanjana K (Climate Reality Leader)
Hosting this Watch Party made me realise that I am not alone in this endeavour. There are amazing people, forces, organisations and resources out there who are more than willing to join hands for urgent climate action.
Climate Reality Leaders Voices from India (24 Hours of Reality 2016)
Nita Ganguly talks about how the New Delhi Climate Reality Leader training in 2008 allowed her to combine her passion for writing with her concerns about the climate crisis.
Winds of India (24 Hours of Reality 2016)
Four hundred million people, almost one-third of India’s total population, lack reliable access to electricity. Tulsi Tanti experienced this firsthand when he was running a textile company in Gujarat in 1995.
24 Hours Of Reality: Field Report - Cleaning Up The Cookstove
Watch to see how a simple solution can improve life for the nearly 3 billion people who rely on wood- or coal-powered open cookstoves, and reduce carbon pollution along the way.