A typical president’s daughter probably wouldn’t blockade the world’s biggest coal port, but Milañ Loeak didPacific Climate Warriors did something amazing earlier this month. Using traditional canoes, they paddled out to block the path of coal ships headed toward the world’s largest coal port in Newcastle, Australia. Milañ Loeak, daughter of the president of the Marshall Islands, was among the protestors. Watch her speak out about the blockade and the... (More...)
This is what happened when frontline communities tried to make their voices heard at the UN Climate SummitWhen frontline communities tried make their voices heard to leaders assembled at the UN climate meeting, it didn’t quite go how they wanted. They’d gathered for the People’s Climate Justice Summit, right across the street from where global corporate and government leaders met to discuss the future of our planet. Watch the video below to... (More...)
Indigenous peoples were at the frontlines of crisis, so they sounded the alarm. And wow, was it powerful.One month ago, 400,000 people took to the streets of Manhattan to demand action on climate, and among them were communities that will be first and most impacted. Not only are these people at the frontlines of crisis; they’re also at the forefront of change. Watch these powerful videos by our friends at Idle No... (More...)
“Disruption” is a powerful new film that anyone can use to get folks fired up and ready to join the People’s Climate March. It’s a fast-paced journey through the tangled world of climate change: the science, the politics, the solutions, and the stories that define this crisis at this pivotal point in human history. It’s about an hour long and ends with a crisp call to action: join the People’s Climate March.
Pacific Climate Warriors
This October, 30 Pacific Climate Warriors will bring the story of climate change
impacts on their homes to Australia. This is climate change fuelled by Australian fossil fuels.
Join us to #StandUpForThePacific
People's Climate March
In September, world leaders came to New York City for a historic UN summit on climate change. With our future on the line and the whole world watching, we took a weekend and used it to bend the course of history.
Together, we took to the streets to demand the world we know is within our reach: a world with an economy that works for people and the planet. A world safe from the ravages of climate change. A world with good jobs, clean air, and healthy communities for everyone.