— Jamie Henn on 2014
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This year we have seen enormous momentum in people coming together all over the world to take action for the climate.
2014 was the hottest year on record. Countless people all over the world felt the reality of climate change.
NOAA: Land and Ocean Temperature Anomaly, Relative to 20th Century Average (Jun–Oct)
Global temperatures have been rising sharply in the past two decades.
The 10 hottest years on record have all been after 2002, with 2014 setting the new record.
Source: Climate Central
Estimated, at the NYC People's Climate March
had People's Climate Events
Divested from Fossil Fuel Companies
Pledged to divest from Fossil Fuels, including cities, churches, universities, and more
8 Coal Ships
Stopped by the Pacific Climate Warriors canoe blockade
Amount of time the Keystone XL pipeline has been stopped in its tracks
Percentage of the planet's carbon budget we've used
Category-5 storms in the Pacific this year
killed when catastrophic flooding hit parts of India and Pakistan
Olympic swimming pools' worth of water California needs to recover from multi-year drought
8 Sq. Miles
Land purchased in Fiji by Kiribati, in order to move its entire population to avoid rising sea levels