The more clearly people understand the science, the more they comprehend the threat to humanity.
As thousands of auto workers remain on strike across the country, and the student-led Climate Strike gets underway, we look at the effectiveness of direct action and the need to impact decision-makers.
Ongoing project helps moves people toward effective climate action by emphasizing the actual possibilities for transformation.
Upcoming forums will allow presidential candidates to speak about the biggest threat to our shared existence and one of the most important issues for younger voters.
Public comments are a critical vehicle through which we can question the current executive branch’s dangerous execution of our laws.
We can never surrender to the forces of chaos and despair because it violates everything we humanists care about on this one precious planet and the one life we have.
Speaking at the UN Human Rights Council, Humanists International has put on record the Reykjavik Declaration on the Climate Change Crisis, warning that the world must wake up to the science
Seven local AHA groups are using chapter grants to spread the word about humanism in their communities.
A special issue of the Humanist magazine, featuring “Climate Justice: The Minnesota Model for Building a Better Future for Us All.”
Couldn’t make it to Minneapolis, MN, last week for the AHA Center for Education’s open lecture series? The Humanist’s editor in chief recaps the impressive and informative talks at “Climate Justice: A Better Future for Us All.”