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Answer us Dr Jim Kim.

Mundra a small town in the state of Gujarat, India was well-known for salt and spice trading in the past. Now the town stands as an ironic example of inequality and injustice. While the Coastal Gujarat Power Limited (CGPL), Tata Power’s wholly-owned subsidiary, claims TATA Mundra to be India’s most efficient and clean thermal power... (More...)
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Standing in the rain – Why #Euromaidan in Kyiv can help to make safer climate for all

My friends Olga, Arthur and I reflect on how recent mass pro-European demonstrations in Ukraine and our participation in them make sense for climate movement.    Olga: Yesterday, just like the day before, I went to #Euromaidan in Kyiv – a square, where thousands of people strike against president Yanukovych’s decision to suspend European Association... (More...)
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Power Shifts in Southeast Asia

Engaging with Thai youth and hearing their reflections (through our translators) during Thailand Power Shift, made me realize how powerful the space we have created through Power Shift is. It provided an avenue for young people to build connections, discover their potential, learn from each other, and be inspired to take action back in their... (More...)
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More updates from 350 Pilipinas on the Haiyan aftermath

Map of Eastern Visayas Meggie, one of the volunteers at 350 Pilipinas traveling in the areas impacted by Typhoon Haiyan / Yolanda, follows up to the first report back with the following two updates. November 20 We are still reeling from the devastation that we saw in Eastern Visayas and got caught up with the... (More...)
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Thailand Power Shift

UPDATE: Here’s the wrap-up video from Thailand Power Shift… We are joining 60 climate leaders and activists across Thailand. Thailand Power Shift highlights the need for grassroots collective action while linking it to the global efforts to shift power beyond dirty and destructive energy sources like coal and mega-dams. Last night, the room radiates with... (More...)
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350 PDX Steps up for Haiyan Relief

On Saturday, November 16, 350 PDX rapidly organized and hosted a fundraising event in order to help provide vital disaster relief assistance for the people of the Philippines and to create a space for community to get together in solidarity in the wake of this climate calamity. A couple hundred Portlanders came together over the... (More...)
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October: Phailin, November: Haiyan

We just sent this email blast out to our network in India, calling on to support the relief work underway in the state of Odisha affected by cyclone Phailin.  They say lightning doesn’t strike the same place twice but given the unusual times that we live in, we shouldn’t be surprised if it did. As... (More...)
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