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Karenna Gore
Director, Center for Earth Ethics () at Union Theological Seminary ()
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Augusto Zampini Jun 15
BBC News - Pope warns oil bosses of climate threat
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ALIGN Jun 14
Community, Labor, and Environmental Justice groups are all standing united to Thanks to for standing strong for Climate, Jobs, and Justice. Now and Albany legislators must act!!
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Honor the Earth Jun 10
Tar-sands economics don't add up by : It's time for Minnesota to move on, instead of arresting and injuring water protectors in Minnesota. No wonder Enbridge needed to spend $11 million on lobbying last year in Minnesota.
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Karenna Gore Jun 12
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Rhiana Gunn-Wright Jun 11
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Sarah Vogelsong Jun 11
“Placing the industrial site in that community runs the real risk of doing what 150 years of slavery, war, Reconstruction, and Jim Crow could not do: tear apart Union Hill and disperse the descendants of its founders,” an amicus brief says.
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Blue Virginia Jun 7
Virginia NAACP, 28 Members of the General Assembly, Center for Earth Ethics File Amicus Brief: Union Hill “deserves our protection and our respect”
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Karenna Gore Jun 7
Thank you and for the great work you are doing+for your generosity in sharing it. Our whole country is indebted to the culture you represent; it is an honor to work together to help discern+ forge more just, healthy and sustainable ways of life for all
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Xiye Bastida Jun 6
The will affect future generations the most, but it has to be talked about today. , hold a
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Karenna Gore Jun 6
Thank you for all the care you provide and for bringing your insights, experience and knowledge to the formulation of health policy, including great preventative health measures like insuring clean air, water, soil, and ecosystems for all.
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Appalachian Voices Jun 4
The op-ed cuts right to the chase: why are we allowing corporate polluters like put communities at risk with unneeded projects?
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Michael Gerrard Jun 3
Our newest project — providing pro bono legal representation to community groups that want wind, solar or other renewables, but that are facing opposition.
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DeSmogBlog May 30
A new Louisiana coalition kicked off a 5-day march to protest decades of petrochemical pollution in what it calls "Death Alley." It's also suing state officials for the right to march across two Mississippi River bridges, setting the stage for a stand-off. for
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Irene Leech May 27
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Maria Popova May 27
“Yours is a grave and sobering responsibility, but it is also a shining opportunity. You go out into a world where mankind is challenged, as it has never been challenged before, to prove its maturity and its mastery — not of nature, but of itself.” 50 years later, even truer:
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Mary Annaïse Heglar May 24
Replying to @MaryHeglar
This whole exploitation of resources that led us here? We WERE those resources first. So when we tell you it’s connected, we’re not bullshitting.
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Ruth H. Hopkins May 24
Replying to @RuthHHopkins
This take time to remember the Code Talkers. Some are familiar with the Navajo soldiers who used their language to create an unbreakable code that is credited with helping the allies win WWII, but there were also code talkers from tribes like the Choctaw & Lakota.
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AlaskaWild 🏔️ May 24
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Diné Millennials Today May 21
Helen Nez had 10 children. Now she only has three. Seven of her children died of a disorder called Navajo neuropathy, which is linked to uranium contamination.
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350Mass May 15
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