one5c—or 1.5 degrees celsius—is the global-warming tipping point. According to the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, holding our average temperature uptick below that threshold (around 2.7 degrees fahrenheit for the Yanks in the room) can avoid the worst impacts of climate change.
Every individual has a role to play in combating the climate emergency. one5c distills behavior into impact, and surfaces the meaningful changes everyday folks can make to help save the world. That could mean breaking up with a bank that has oil money on its hands, exploring all the chemicals you can replace with baking soda, or hitting the garage-sale circuit instead of the big-box store.
one5c was founded as a climate-action newsletter in 2021 by Joe Brown, a veteran science and tech journalist who ditched corporate media to focus on the only story that matters: the environment. In May 2023, one5c was acquired by Fragment Media—hanging out with cool pubs like The Daily Dot, Nautilus, and Passionfruit—and began the work of expanding a one-man-band newsletter into the go-to resource for living a climate-fixing existence. Brown now serves as one5c’s Publisher, and Corinne Iozzio, also an award-winning and veteran journalist, is its Editor-in-Chief.
I’ve been a science and tech journalist for almost 20 years, and yes, typing that makes me feel old.
Veteran science and tech journalist out to figure out how to unwind the climate crisis. Proud re-user of takeout containers.
Sara Kiley Watson
Climate and science journalist. Environmental vices include fancy cheese and long flights home to North Carolina.