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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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CCAEJ Sep 11
Our amazing organizer, , is speaking with our partners at the Moving Forward Network at : She is explaining how environmental racism in our communities has resulted in a massive logistics industry built off the backs of working class, communities of color.
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PODERSF Sep 13
It Takes Roots to Weather the Storm! we march today so that tomorrow is brighter! We need real climate solutions, not corporate solutions 💪🏽
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Sierra Club Sep 12
Replying to @SierraClub
Asking ourselves: what does mean to you?
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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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CausaJusta Sep 10
Indigenous leaders gathering to deliver a letter demanding an end to to Gov Jerry Brown & climate profiteers here in SF for the Global Climate Action Summit. We need real community-led solutions, not profit schemes and c02colonialism!
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APEN Sep 10
Indigenous leaders return from inside meeting with officials to say: "We vowed to stand together as we did at Standing Rock and so mant places. We told them very clearly that we would not allow them in the Amazon without a fight."
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Friends of the Earth Sep 11
We need REAL climate solutions—not unsustainable carbon offset projects that harm marginalized communities
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Farmworker Assoc. FL Sep 10
Here some pictures from the first day of Week! We and so many others organizations like and the Ohlone Nation were part of the largest climate march the West Coast has ever seen.
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APEN Sep 10
"These governors are negotiating behind the backs of indigenous people. We will not accept that they will buy and sell the sky and leave people to die from pollution. They are responsible for the crisis." - sarayaku people of the Ecuadorian amazon.
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Climate Justice Alliance Sep 10
Check out the Workshop Schedule of tomorrow's Solidarity to Solutions Summit at La Raza Park in San Francisco, CA, Ohlone Territory: Join us as we defend the sacred, end climate capitalism, and support community solutions from the frontlines!
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Peoples Climate Sep 10
Follow along with all week to see powerful actions happening to demand leaders stand with communities, not corporations.
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350 dot org Sep 13
. is outrageous comparing anti-immigrant racists trying to build a wall to Indigenous activists & frontline communities (many one whom are immigrants) calling for real climate solutions and justice for all.
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NewEconomyCoalition Sep 11
“The big fight is whether communities can govern their own capital and exchange.” - Gopal Dayaneni of & at “From Divest to Reinvest” conversation at
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APEN Sep 10
"In Mozambique we have a forest that people call the 'Google forest' because they think they discovered it. We call it the Mabu forest and people have been defending the forest for generations. This is not a REDD project. We oppose REDD."
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NewEconomyCoalition Sep 11
Replying to @NewEconomics
Powerful closing plenary from the Summit today in San Francisco with representatives from tribes from across this Hemisphere: “Connecting the Local to the Global: Indigenous Solutions to the Global Climate Crisis”
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CCAEJ 1h
CCAEJ attended the People's Climate March in San Francisco on September 8, 2018 to march for cleaner air, better jobs, and climate justice. We were also a part of It Takes Roots' week, where we discussed frontline community solutions to the climate crises.
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CEJA Sep 10
is a false solution to climate change that will impact our right to health & self-determination. We stand with indigenous communities in demanding that our leaders uplift community solutions to address climate change!
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APEN Sep 10
At week, we're letting the world know that real solutions come from the frontlines. And today we're being crystal clear that real solutions are NOT the schemes peddled by corporations at
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350 dot org Sep 10
This morning, is taking direct action in San Francisco to make clear that real climate solutions come from the frontlines.
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