Outside the Spotlight, Communities around the Nation Seek to Rebound from Climate-Related Disasters

While we continue to mourn the communities suffering from Hurricane Dorian, wildfires in the Amazon or California, other communities are also facing a slowly-grinding destabilization due not only to the climate crisis but also government bureaucracy. Often these communities remain hidden, even within their own states and outside the spotlight associated with massive climate disasters.  

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Sydney Ghazarian
Cap and Adapt: A Failsafe Approach to the Climate Emergency

In the face of the deepening climate emergency, strong policy that leads the target for legislative potential and helps move the goalposts is vital. Reposting a recent Resilience article from TCM allies Larry Edwards and Stan Cox on “Cap and Adapt” — a national policy proposal towards the managed decline of fossil fuels called for in the Congressional Climate Emergency Declaration.

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Marina Mails
Press Release: TCM Joined A.O.C., Sanders, and Blumenauer in Unveiling Climate Emergency Declaration

Today, amid a week of massive flooding in the nation’s capital, The Climate Mobilization (TCM) joined the offices of Representative Earl Blumenauer (D-OR), Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), and Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) in announcing the introduction of a nonbinding resolution seeking to declare the climate crisis an official national emergency in the United States.

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Matt Renner
Los Angeles Moves Toward Mobilization

This action by the City of L.A. is concrete progress towards the kind of WWII-scale mobilization that is necessary to drive down emissions, capture excess carbon, and protect L.A. residents as the climate emergency accelerates. 

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Matt Renner