"Keystone XL is now the most famous fossil fuel project killed by the climate movement,' said one veteran campaigner, "but it won't be the last."
"We still have time to save our sacred waters and land—our life sources," said Indigenous organizer Dawn Goodwin.
"If we want to avoid catastrophic climate change, the highest priority must be to reduce CO2 pollution to zero at the earliest possible date."
"These are not administrative failures, they are a devastating, mass-scale assault on human rights."
My fears are only growing that the world we're leaving our children and grandchildren could be a hell on earth. The worst part, of course, is that it doesn't have to be this way.
But Oxfam International says 2021 "could be a turning point if governments grasp the challenge to create a safer more liveable planet for all."
Water Protectors Gather for 'Largest Resistance Yet' to Line 3 as Enbridge Accelerates Pipeline Construction
"We need to protect all that we have left of the sacred gifts and land."
'Negotiate With Us, Not the GOP': Sunrise Activists Rally at White House to Protest Biden's Climate Compromise
The president has "spent more of his time meeting with a Republican Party who to this day contests he is the democratically elected president," said Varshini Prakash of the Sunrise Movement.
'$2 Trillion Was Already the Compromise': Progressive Revolt Brews Over Biden's Infrastructure Offer to GOP
"The president can't expect us to vote for an infrastructure deal dictated by the Republican Party," said Rep. Jamaal Bowman.
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