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A Letter to Prime Minister Trudeau

Earlier this morning I sent this letter to the Prime Minister and the Ministers responsible for overseeing pipeline reviews detailing our plans for the People’s Injunction. Find out more about the People’s Injunction here.   January 13, 2016 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau cc: Minister of Natural Resources Jim Carr, Minister of the Environment and Climate... (More...)
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After the floods: your stories

You may well have seen pictures from the severe floods in the UK over the past couple of weeks. Scotland, northern England and parts of Wales have been hit hardest following what a spokesperson for the UK Environment Agency described as ‘incredible amounts of rain’. Our thoughts are with the people in the affected areas,... (More...)
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10 awesome things we did together in 2015

We’ve really been on a roll this year. And when I say we I don’t just mean 350.org the organization. I mean this big, broad movement we’ve built together — you, me, 350’s many partner organizations, the hundreds of local groups we work with every day, and all the many individuals around the world who... (More...)

El Niño: State of Emergency

Intensified by climate change, this El Niño is exceeding previous records and it is on track to unleashing severe and destructive extreme weather in the coming months. “This El Niño is playing out in uncharted territory. Our planet has altered dramatically because of climate change.” — Michel Jarraud, Secretary-General of the World Meteorological Organization  ... (More...)
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Pathway to Paris Concerts

Pathway to Paris is a collection of musicians, activists, visionaries and artists coming together to use their creative skills to highlight solutions to climate change. On December 4, 5 at Le Trianon in Paris — there were incredible concerts featuring Patti Smith, Thom Yorke, Vandana Shiva, Naomi Klein, Flea, Bill McKibben and many more. They were powerful... (More...)
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The Paris Agreement, and What the Future Holds

Today is a historic day: as tens of thousands of people filled the streets of Paris, politicians finalized a major new global climate agreement. The deal in Paris includes an agreement to limit global warming to below 2 degrees Celsius, with an aim of 1.5 degrees, and achieve climate ‘neutrality’ that will require phasing out... (More...)
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What The Paris Agreement Does, and Doesn’t Do

Some people are relaxing after organizing a really powerful redlines action Some people are still trying to figure out what this climate agreement will really get us. Some people are gearing up to keep on fighting. Because that’s what we need. Here’s a rough (unofficial) overview of some different parts of the agreement: – Temperature... (More...)
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