A Leap to Mobilize LA

On November 3 and 4, over 80 leaders from across Los Angeles gathered to begin to draft an L.A. Leap Manifesto: an intersectional people's platform to guide Mobilize L.A., the effort launched in June to transform America's second largest city to carbon-neutrality by 20...


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Anya Grenier
Hoboken resolves to mobilize

Last week was a turning point for our movement: the first big win for mobilization on the city level.After a year of work by members of the Climate Mobilization Hoboken, a resolution passed unanimously through the Hoboken City Council on November 1 calling for mobiliza...

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Anya Grenier
The Climate Mobilization Begins in Los Angeles!

Last Wednesday was historic for the climate mobilization cause in Los Angeles: we joined Naomi Klein, City Councilmember Paul Koretz, Republican Mayor of Lancaster, CA, and a coalition of leading Angeleno community organizers to announce the formation of a Clima...

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Anya Grenier
Rosh Hashanah: Mobilizing The Holidays

Mobilization and persuasion starts with personal connections and nothing is more personal than family and the holidays.  Today is Rosh Hashanah, or The Jewish New Year, one of the most important days in the Jewish tradition.  This year I decided in light of the looming...

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Anya Grenier
It's Official: Democratic Party Calls for WWII-Scale National Mobilization to Combat "Global Climate Emergency"

PHILADELPHIA – In a historic first, the Democratic Party has officially embraced the need for a WWII-scale national mobilization to combat the global climate emergency. Passed by a floor voice vote of the full Democratic Convention on Monday, the Democratic platform declares a “global climate emergency,” acknowledges “the catastrophic consequences facing our country, our planet, and civilization,” and commits to “a national mobilization, and to leading a global effort to mobilize nations to address this threat on a scale not seen since World War II.”  

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