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One Month After Historic People’s Climate March, 'Climate Action' from Global Leaders Still Disappointing
It’s been one month since the largest climate march in history, and recent “Climate Action” pledges from global leaders like the Department of Defense, President Obama and the United Nations do not add up to what communities need. The People’s Climate March on Sunday September 21, 2014 was a major...
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'Not Drowning, Fighting': Pacific Climate Warriors Blockade Australian Coal Port
Only four of the twelve ships, including two coal ships, scheduled to pass through the port were able to break the blockade lead by a group of Pacific Climate Warriors representing 12 Pacific Island nations.
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Naomi Klein: 'Grassroots Movement From Below' vs. 'Business-as-Usual'
Following award of prominent literary prize in Canada, author and activist says individuals have done much to respond to climate change — now it's time for government and industry to do the same.
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Like New Yorkers, Californians Can Say No to Fracking
Great movements -- from women's suffrage to civil rights -- begin with a small group of people standing up and saying no to injustice. Such a movement is currently emerging around our most basic human rights: access to clean air, clean water, and a stable climate. This new movement aims to halt...
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Doctors March for Climate Change: A Public Health Crisis
On Sunday, September 21st, almost 400,000 world citizens filled the streets in New York City for the Peoples Climate March. Among the vocal participants demanding climate action was a sizeable cohort of physicians outfitted in their white coats and stethoscopes. But why are doctors fighting for...
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Naomi Klein: Diverse Climate Movement United by Love of Place, Need for Water
Speaking in the UK, Canadian author of the new book, 'This Changes Everything,' says that our atmosphere should be seen as the biggest political tent of. 'We’re all under it and we need to start acting like it.'
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Yep, the Strawmen Do Keep Coming
Recently, people have been telling me that capitalists are investing lots of money in renewable energy, or that some companies have decided to reduce their environmental impact out of self-interest. Thanks for the info, guys. But again, I thought it might be useful to point these people to my book...
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As the Globe Warms, So Does the Climate Movement
A change in the political climate as a people's movement steps up
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What’s Wrong With the Radical Critique of the People’s Climate March
The movement against climate change needs both mass mobilizations and direct action.
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Why an Unequal Planet Can Never Be Green
The more wealth concentrates, the greater the strain on our biosphere. Top environmentalists get that connection. Now our societies must.
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