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Climate strategy discussion is taking place in Belarus

A few days ago, at the end of January, the representatives of Belarusian cities that have signed the Covenant of Mayors met in Minsk to discuss the effects of climate change and assess risks in different sectors of the economy. The agreement has been signed earlier in October 2016 at the international meeting in Yerevan... (More...)
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#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...)
Africa

Irish Parliament supports historic fossil fuel divestment bill

Today marks an important moment in the history of the divestment movement: A majority vote was passed in the Irish Parliament on first-of-its-kind fossil fuel divestment legislation. Ireland now has the historic opportunity to become the first country in the world to fully divest its sovereign wealth fund, worth over €8 billion, from coal, oil and... (More...)
Divestment

BREAKING: Keystone XL and Dakota Access

This morning Donald Trump signed executive actions that attempt to restart the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline and the Dakota Access fracked oil pipeline. Trump is pushing these pipelines for one reason: because people powered movements stopped them. He wants us demoralized and defeated, so that he can spend the next 4 years working with... (More...)
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