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Coal: A global struggle against local impacts

I just got back home after spending two weeks with our 350 teams in Indonesia and Japan (and connecting with the Divest East Asia Network). The trip was a tremendous learning experience and left me with a sense of resolve and optimism given the importance of the fight and the foundation that is being laid... (More...)
Coal East Asia

Trump won’t build Dakota Access Without a Fight

On Wednesday, February 8, thousands of people took to the streets after the Army Corps of Engineers announced its plans to approve the final easement for the Dakota Access pipeline and throw out the environmental review process started by the Obama Administration. Emergency rallies in D.C., New York, San Francisco, Denver, Columbus and beyond sent a... (More...)
Keep It In The Ground North America

The movement for climate justice and the “Muslim ban”

Donald Trump has been the president of the USA for less than 2 weeks. Yet, it already looks like a long-lasting global nightmare. His first decisions, addressing abortion, immigration, fossil fuel infrastructure, research on climate change, and the “Muslim ban” shape a deep backlash – a regression on fundamental civil, social, collective and individual rights,... (More...)
Climate Justice Europe

#NoDAPL: We Fight On

Last week Donald Trump told the US Army Corps of Engineers to stop their comprehensive environmental review of the Dakota Access Pipeline. It’s up to us to deny that request. Sorry, Donald. Yesterday, things got worse. This review moved one step closer to being scrapped as the Acting Secretary of the Army Corps directed them... (More...)
Keep It In The Ground

No Ban, No Wall, Climate Justice for All

350.org’s first campaign was the build up to an International Day of Climate Action in 2009, when people in 182 countries around the world organized over 5,200 events to call for an international climate treaty that set us back on the course to the safe upper limit of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere: 350 parts... (More...)
Climate Justice

#ClimateFacts: You can’t hold back science

In just their first few days in office, the Trump administration has gone after science. The online response to these actions has been significant. National Park Service accounts, both fake and real, have gained tens of thousands of followers. People are rushing to the defense of science and the EPA. So we wanted to turn up... (More...)
North America

2017 – Scaling up campaigns across Africa

It is a new year, new promises and renewed hope for climate change warriors, as we gather much-needed strength and resilience to soldier on and up the ante on our climate change campaigns across the African region. Learn More Here  (More...)