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Schools #ClimateStrike – What’s Going On Around the World

“We have to understand the emergency of the situation. Our leadership has failed us. Young people must hold older generations accountable for the mess they have created. We need to get angry, and transform that anger into action.”
– Greta Thunberg

The Environmental Justice Movement Is Rooted In Black History

The modern Environmental Justice Movement would not be what it is today if it were not for the African Americans who helped to shape it. This Black History Month we’re honoring the contributions of Black folks to the Environmental Justice movement.

We Will Paint the Future

The Rise for Climate Justice Mural Project organized the world’s largest street mural on September 8, right before world leaders gathered for the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco. Dozens of organizations and community groups were involved, painting 50 murals. Each group’s design is a response to the question, “What is one solution to climate chaos in your community?”

2038 is too late!

Last Saturday, Germany’s coal commission announced its recommendations for a coal phase-out to be completed by 2038. From a climate justice perspective the outcome leaves a lot to be desired.


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