One Important Thing: Expect Us

One Important Thing: Expect Us

The Fossil Fuel Resistance is in Washington, D.C. October 11-15, 2021#PeopleVsFossilFuels pic.twitter.com/BsnJsujRFe — Climate Justice Alliance (CJA) (@CJAOurPower) October 11, 2021 On Monday, Indigenous Peoples’ Day, hundreds of people marched to the White House to demand the President and Congress step up efforts to combat climate change. The rally was organized by the Build Back Fossil […]

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Indigenous Climate Activists Have Prevented Over 1.5 Billion Tons of GHGs

Indigenous Climate Activists Have Prevented Over 1.5 Billion Tons of GHGs

By Amy Lupica, ODP Daily Editor A new study co-authored by researchers from Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN) and Oil Change International has found that Indigenous climate activists in the US and Canada have “stopped or delayed greenhouse gas (GHG) pollution equivalent to at least one-quarter of annual US and Canadian emissions.” Indigenous resistance to 21 […]

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One Cool Thing: When Earth is Under Attack, What Do We Do?

One Cool Thing: When Earth is Under Attack, What Do We Do?

Stand up, fight back. Climate activists across 70 countries took to their respective streets on Friday, inspired by Swedish Youth Activist Greta Thunberg. After a summer of devastating climate disasters across the globe, young people are more anxious than ever about climate change. “There are natural disasters all over the world,” said protester Quang Paasch, […]

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Crackdown on Climate Protests a Growing Trend

Crackdown on Climate Protests a Growing Trend

2019 is the year of the climate strike.

As more and more cities and federal governments crackdown on protests, we’re left grappling not just with free speech issues but about whether alarmed citizens should be prevented from pleading with the public to do something about the greatest threat facing humanity.

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Funding Mass Protest, Will it Make the Difference?

Funding Mass Protest, Will it Make the Difference?

Yesterday, hundreds of arrests were made in London as activists with the Extinction Rebellion blocked more roads and held demonstrations as part of their two weeks of civil disobedience. While some might write off the recent wave of climate activism as disjointed, they might be surprised to learn that some of these protests are being funded by big names.

The What: In July a small group of environmental philanthropists came together to create the Climate Emergency Fund which helps support disruptive climate activism. 

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