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We know who is responsible for climate chaos, and how to stop them.

With political unrest around the world and climate impacts intensifying daily, now more than ever we need to stand up to protect our shared environment and be active in shaping a just society. We know the fossil fuel industry has been corrupting our politics and delaying urgent climate solutions for decades. But as resistance grows... (More...)
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Green. Comfortable. Innovative. Kyiv City Development Strategy

On Friday, the 10th of February a City Development Strategy for 2017-2021, designed by the Kyiv Green Construction municipal association, was presented at the City Administration in Kyiv. The strategy has a symbolic name «Green. Comfortable. Innovative.» The objective of the strategy is to make Kyiv a comfortable place for all its citizens and visitors, as well as to promote the preservation... (More...)
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Back to the future: Finnish filmaker shoots in Siberia

We continue to publish the top blogposts from the contest organized by 350.org in EECCA region. The next blogpost by Anastasia Laukkanen is about the very center of Siberia.  We all know that what we are thinking today will determine our tomorrow. But the opposite is also true. How we imagine our future determines what we are doing... (More...)
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Climate change may seem unstoppable, but so is our action – video

More than 30 young leaders from Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine, Belarus and Russia gathered in Kyiv, Ukraine at the end of May to exchange experience on DIY climate solutions at the ‘Climate Workroom’ training. Somewhere between practical workshops and visionary brainstorms they found a time to shot this video, for they have something to tell you wherever... (More...)
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Massive cross-border human chain opposes coal mining in Europe

On Saturday, 23rd August, thousands of people made their way to the German-Polish border region Lusatia, to confront one of the biggest environmental disasters right in the middle of Europe. They formed a human chain of 8 km connecting German and Polish villages that are supposed to make way for open-pit lignite mines. If Swedish... (More...)
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