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Charlotte Aumann Jul 31
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Extinction Rebellion Washington DC Jul 28
Covid-19 was a chance to transform the way we live. But the government has doubled down on business-as-usual, bailing out the industries that have been destroying life for decades. Business-as-usual is a death sentence for billions of people around the world. Now!
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350.org Europe 4h
Renewable energy projects that violate Indigenous rights are part of the problem. Solutions to the climate crisis need to be anti-colonial. Read this article about how wind farms on Saami land threaten Indigenous livelihoods:
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Global Landscapes Forum (GLF) 19h
Young climate activists are building a movement while growing up — planning mass protests from childhood bedrooms and during school:
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Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson Aug 1
We simply must build the biggest team. All hands on deck for . “Historically, the only way we’ve had great transformation in this country is when there’s been fusion of all coalitions." -
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Daniel Tucker Bailey🌍🇬🇧 #StayHomeStaySafe 14h
Day 183: There's only one way that we can all get through this. There's only one way that we can change the world for the netter. And that's together.
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Easkey Ph.D. Jul 31
Supreme Court verdict - it’s victory for planet and people! This is the first case in Ireland in which citizens held their government accountable for its role in knowingly contributing to dangerous levels of climate change Thank you
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Carola Rackete Jul 30
Just got this email from a youth env movement with a personal story titled "I have to fight for my future". But that's not really the most pressing issue. Environmental and climate movements in the Global North have to "fight" for the present of other people.
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Jessica Gaitán Johannesson 🌎 Aug 1
51.7 degrees. Just imagine that. 51.7, this is our world now, but not everyone's feeling it
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AaravSeth 🌏🌏 #EarthWarrior 🌲 🌲 Jul 31
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Milo_the_toller Jul 31
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Dr. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson 18h
"Communities who are most impacted by police brutality are the same communities that are most vulnerable to climate change. ... Racism is the common denominator."
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Shae Lena Reinberg 13h
Want to fight for climate justice? North Carolina climate justice webinar, BY YOUTH FOR YOUTH, Wed. Aug 5 at 2:30-4PM. See flyer for registration.
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Tajay Francis Jul 31
“If we do not change course by 2020 we risk missing the point where we can avoid runaway climate change with disastrous consequences for people and all the natural systems that sustain us.” -UN Secretary-General
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ujsNova ⧖ 🌍🌲🌳 (#BlackLivesMatter) 20h
Day 134 for A peer-reviewed study found that deforestation had a warming effect on the local climate and conversely found that forestation had a cooling effect on the local climate.
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Marcalee Alexander Jul 27
The Sustain Our Abilities YouTube channel crossed 1k subs! Subscribing to learn about & see making a difference!
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Fridays For Future Bangladesh Jul 31
A quarter of Bangladesh is now underwater. The average American produces 33x more carbon emissions than the average Bangladeshi. demands we act now!
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GoodKidsMadCity Jul 28
Our member Donavan got to witness ice caps melting in person! That pushed us to fight for in addition to our other causes. We learned about Environmental racism & how our communities will be the most harmed by ! & capitalism & imperialism causes it!
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Think & Do Camden Jul 27
Join us on Weds 29th for a lively and informed discussion on how Camden Council and other institutions can invest responsibly, to help achieve . We will compare the merits of an active management approach with divestment - register here:
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Georg Klingler 21h
Wohoooo! Climate Case in wins at supreme court: Government must rework the plan to tackle climate change and should take further action on reducing emissions.
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