Book Review

We recommend Mike Berners-Lee's 'How Bad Are Bananas? The Carbon Footprint of Everything' as an invaluable read to kick off your 2021.
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Five Tips for talking Climate at Christmas

Do not forget the most enduring of Christmas traditions, uncomfortable conversations...
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Adapting Climate Action to the new normal

Exploring the impact of the COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions on the climate justice movement.
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The British Backcountry Calendar 2021

The British Backcountry Calendar 2021 showcases some of the best terrain and action photography that the UK has to offer. Producer Blair Aitken and contributing photographer, Ed Smith, took part in an interview with POW to tell us more about the project.
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The Trash Beneath the Ice: A Clean-Up Day on Tignes Glacier

As the warming climate melts the ice of Tignes glacier, detritus buried for decades returns to the surface. A team of volunteers takes on the task of beginning to clear this up.
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UK’s Ten Point Plan lacks ambition to meet Net Zero targets

...and still lacks an actual plan
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The POW Pledge

A new initiative and digital portal from developed with Surfdome and Internet Fusion, to equip the industry and help organisations to take climate action towards Net Zero.
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We Grew Up At Midnight

A diary account of the UIAGM mountain guide exams from POW volunteer Andrea Milani.
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Deep: The Story of Skiing and The Future of Snow

Book Review: Deep - The Story of Skiing and the Future of Snow by Porter Fox.
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The Time Is Now

POW UK and The Climate Coalition are launching a Declaration for a Healthy, Greener, Fairer tomorrow. Sign the declaration today!
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Save the Ski Train

Eurostar cancels the ski train which could mean increased CO2 emissions - we launch a campaign to bring it back!
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UK Climate Progress Update

Find out all about two new high-profile reports about climate progress in the UK. Spoiler alert: so far we're falling short.
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