Years of Living Dangerously
We’re getting together to watch the first episode of “Years of Living Dangerously” -the first chapter of an epic 9-part series that connects the dots on climate change.
Reject and Protect
In Late April, an alliance of pipeline fighters — ranchers, farmers, tribal communities, and their friends — called the Cowboy Indian Alliance will ride into Washington DC for the next, and perhaps final, chapter in the fight against Keystone XL. On April 26th, everyone is invited to join the Alliance to send an last message to President Obama. Our community of pipeline fighters just sent 2 million comments against the pipeline in just 30 days. We must follow this up with action in the streets on April 26th as we march with tribal leaders and individuals currently living with the risk tarsands to show all the beauty and power we represent. Everyone is needed and everyone is welcome.
Not all politicians are asleep at the wheel. A few of them are wide awake, and they’re banding together to make some noise in the Senate chamber. On March 10th, a small group of Senators is staying up all night to discuss climate action! While they’re staying #Up4Climate, we can help send a message: it’s time for Congress to wake up to the reality of climate change, and it’s past time to take action.
Tar Sands Free Northeast
Organizing to stop tar sands infrastructure in the Northeast of the United States with powerful local organizing and regional collaborations.
Frack Free California
We’re mobilizing the California climate movement to tell Gov. Brown to stop fracking in California. Climate leaders don’t frack!
Stop the Keystone XL Pipeline
We’re joining with organizations and communities throughout North America in a united campaign to stop the Keystone XL pipeline — the fuse to the largest carbon bomb on the planet.
The Fossil Free campaign is building a global movement to divest from fossil fuels. If it’s wrong to wreck the climate, it’s wrong to profit from that wreckage.