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Sunflower Alliance Sep 15
Replying to @JerryBrownGov
We don't need a satellite to see where the pollution is. Look no further than the >20,000 oil & gas extraction facilities you've allowed to be permitted, >70% located in low-income majority nonwhite communities.
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NISGUA Sep 11
Grassroots internationalism understands that we have differences, that we organize in different contexts, but we have common enemies: capitalism, patriarchy, heterosexism, racism, all isms are the root cause of oppressions. -Cindy Weisner,
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APEN Nov 14
Selling off indigenous land is not a solution to climate change. We can stop forest offsets and demand real solutions led by indigenous and frontline communities. Join us in Sacramento this Friday to say NO to false solutions!
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Elizabeth Yeampierre Sep 8
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CEJA Sep 14
Our communities ARE the solutions to the climate crisis. It’s time we protect our future by saying NO to carbon trading! We must prioritize by demanding a & putting our health first.
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Urban Native Era 8 Nov 17
Why matters to Indigenous and People of Color
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Bay Resistance Sep 8
Tens of thousands in SF marching with . Come out again Thurs
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Global Justice Ecology Project Jul 19
Solidarity to Solutions () Week is taking place parallel to the Global Climate Action Summit (GCAS), where California Governor Jerry Brown and global business leaders will push corporate schemes as their answer to climate change.
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CBECal Sep 14
"'What's happening inside is essentially a trade show that is proposing market-based solutions and not actually getting to the reductions we need to see when it comes to climate change,'" Darryl of
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Tyler Blint- Welsh Jun 10
Replying to @UPROSE
Activists with are planning multiple protests along the route, including in front of Trump Tower on 5th ave. Follow hashtags , , and to see more of what the group is up to.
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Jenny Rempel Sep 11
500+ people gathered outside the Governors' Climate and Forests Task Force meeting yesterday to demand community-led solutions to climate change. We can't afford false climate solutions—we need justice.
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Climate Justice Alliance (CJA) Mar 30
The "Building the Bigger We" breakout group discussed CJA's work with the and more. We're on a roll! at the CJA Member Convening in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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Adrien Salazar Sep 14
"Polluters are like cartels, who inflict violence upon our communities with impunity because of the relationships they have with the government," Mark Lopez from
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Occupy Wall Street Jun 10
Puerto Rico’s fiscal crisis set the conditions for the fatal degree of destruction from Hurricane Maria. | Decolonize the Caribbean
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AMAZON WATCH Sep 10
Replying to @AmazonWatch
We can have a vibrantly safe and healthy future for generations to come IF we begin an immediate transition off of . The world needs real solutions!
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Climate Justice Alliance (CJA) Dec 15
An delegation of frontline leaders mobilized to in Poland to bring the voices of community driven solutions to the climate crisis. We joined a final sit-in action w/ movements from around the world:
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Sarah Christiansen Apr 16
Hope = New gen climate activists throw down with climate justice veterans. when we ask who decides, who benefits, and true solutions that aren’t on the sacrificial backs of any communities.
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IndigenousEnviroNet Sep 13
Real solutions to climate change must include democratic governance and ownership of 100% renewable energy, benefiting the communities most affected by climate change. *That* is what real climate leadership looks like.
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350 dot org Aug 7
Governor Brown can't be a climate leader while discounting the poor and communities of color. Read this new op-ed by and . We're rising to demand real climate leadership.
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Oil Change International Sep 13
HAPPENING NOW: the march begins. Hundreds of Californians to disrupt and call on leaders like to take bold action on climate. This is . The people have the power!
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