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Leadership Counsel Sep 7
Policy makers need to recognize that people live here, see the faces of the people impacted by their policies. We're not just a contaminated blotch on a map.
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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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CBECal Sep 13
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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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CEJA Sep 13
We’ve shut down 2 entrances to Jerry Brown’s rising up against false solutions with our real community solutions to fight the climate crisis
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350 dot org Sep 10
Listen to the people at the frontlines of the climate crisis. Right after & before , is back in the streets of San Francisco with beautiful art and a powerful message: we can't afford false climate solutions—we need justice.
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Mabel Tsang Sep 13
Stop selling our our lungs. Stop selling our land. Stop selling our futures. Stop selling our homes. Stop selling our forests. Protect my future! Protect my world!
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Jessica Tovar Sep 11
Justice for Freight Corridors, Ports, Truck Corridors, Logistic Centers and Watehouses at Sol2Sol Summit
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PAN North America Sep 11
Here at La Raza Park in SF for the Solidarity to Solutions Summit! This day of speakers and workshops will highlight Indigenous and frontline communities’ solutions that address the interlinked crises of climate, economic, and racial justice. Follow along
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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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CEJA Sep 8
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CBECal Sep 13
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tiffanu Sep 10
Thank you community for contributing to our for the in SF on Saturday!
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Climate Justice Alliance Sep 13
“This is what democracy looks like, this is what power looks like”
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Adrien Salazar Sep 13
"We have the solutions. Our communities have the solutions. Free the land!" Warriors from Jackson, MI; Houston, TX; Richmond, CA and all over the world fighting against fossil fuels and for self-determination! at
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PODERSF Sep 6
Urban gardens & farms are small scale solutions w/ deep impacts that heal & regenerate the Earth, culture & communities. Join frontline communities at in the SF Bay Area Sept 8-14. See real, community-led solutions, Hummingbird Farm & In Chan Kaajal Park!
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Leadership Counsel Sep 7
San Joaquin Valley leaders in Fresno. Time for local, regional and state leaders to take action to address climate impacts that impact our health, air we breathe and life expectancy.
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CBECal Sep 7
We have arrived in SF for the start of the week of action! Wooooh!!
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350 dot org Sep 13
Immigrants are on the frontlines of the fight against fossil fuel extraction and are more likely suffer the health impacts from refineries, drilling, and fracking. this is why we're outside.
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FANG Sep 10
FANG members are on the ground in San Francisco helping to shut down the pro-business "Global Climate Action Summit". We need frontline community and indigenous led solutions to the climate crisis, not more corporate handouts.
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