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Instead of Bending to Hacker Ransom, Radiohead Donates Proceeds From Stolen Recordings to Extinction Rebellion
"The climate and ecological emergency demands courage, truth-telling, and generosity like never before. We are so grateful to Radiohead for showing us how that's done."
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As Study Shows Methane Emissions 'Vastly Underestimated,' Warnings That US Fracked Gas Export Bonanza Imperils Planetary Stability
"Science confirms that gas is a climate killer."
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Residents of Welsh Village Set to Become UK's First Climate Refugees As Soon As 2042
"This is a wake-up call for the country. This is going to happen elsewhere."
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  Young people take part in the March 15, 2019 global youth strike for climate justice in Nottingham, England. Views
"They'll Give Me a Detention but It'll Be Worth It"—A Climate Scientist Interviews His Climate Striking Daughter
My daughter feels like she—and normal people like her—can make a difference.
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As Millions March to Demand Climate Action, Research Reveals Protests Make People More Optimistic About Effecting Change
"People who participate in marches can gain public support, convince people that change can occur, and also normalize the participants themselves."
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Over 1,351 Climate Strikes in 110 Countries Planned for Friday as Global Revolt Escalates
"Activism works. So act."
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After Applause for Ireland's Climate Emergency Declaration, Climate Campaigners Say: 'Now Act'
"Declaring an emergency means absolutely nothing unless there is action to back it up. That means the government having to do things they don't want to do."
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'Huge Moment for Justice': Landmark Verdict as UK Jury Acquits Extinction Rebellion Co-Founder Who Argued Necessity Defense
"Ordinary people, unlike the judiciary, are able to see the broader picture."
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200+ Groups Demand Senate Kill Bill That Would Pour 'Fuel on Fire of Climate Crisis'
"At a time when we should be leading the global mission to rapidly quit fossil fuels, the notion of seeking new and deeper fossil fuel codependence between America and Europe is patently absurd."
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Nonviolence or Nonexistence
The day before he died, Martin Luther King said these words at a packed church in Memphis: “Men for years now have been talking about war and peace. Now no longer can they just talk about it. It is no longer a choice between violence and nonviolence in this world, it is nonviolence or nonexistence...
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