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Momentum for Vatican Divestment is Growing

Today seven Catholic institutions from all over the world announced that they are divesting from fossil fuels, adding significant momentum to the Divest The Vatican campaign. We are calling on Catholics all over the world to help seize this moment.1 Pope Francis has been voicing his concerns about climate change and the fossil fuel industry... (More...)
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The View from Standing Rock

In Cannon Ball, North Dakota, thousands of Indigenous people and their allies have gathered since April to stand in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Nation against the Dakota Access Pipeline. This week, I had the opportunity to go to the Sacred Stone Spirit camp with some of my 350.org team members. As soon as... (More...)
Keep It In The Ground North America

A rooftop revolution rising in the Caribbean

Saint Lucia is a small island nation in the sunny Caribbean. While the natural scenery is breathtaking, this pristine island currently depends on dirty diesel generators to provide energy for its 174,000 inhabitants. This is set to change, and the island of Saint Lucia is committing to clean, renewable energy sources. Saint Lucia was one... (More...)
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Temperature Check

Today, world governments are meeting at the United Nations for the General Assembly, with 31 more countries ratifying the Paris Agreement during a ceremony. It’s an important moment to look back at where we’ve come since December 2015 when the world gathered in Paris. What is clear when we see what’s happened so far in... (More...)
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Big news: SEC will investigate Exxon

The campaign to hold Exxon accountable for their climate cover-up just took a big step forward. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced this afternoon that they’re opening an investigation into whether Exxon has failed to account for the risk climate change and climate regulations could pose to their business model. This is big: the... (More...)
Climate Denial Corruption North America

How a small wind energy cooperative helped shape future policies in Denmark

by Urszula Papajak Middelgrunden is probably the most frequently photographed offshore wind farm – 20 turbines situated just 2km outside of Copenhagen, each of 2 MW capacity, rising to 102 meters above the water line, placed side by side in a slightly arched line. It is co-owned by the state-owned utility DONG Energy and the... (More...)