By AriDy Nox (TCM Co-Leader and Director of Narrative Strategy) and Laura Berry (TCM Advisor and former Director of Research and Policy) Climate activists across the United States rejoiced this
8 Years to Zero
Updates from the forefront of the Climate Emergency Movement.
Climate Emergency Movement Climate Emergency Declarations in the U.S. now number 170, within 25 states. Worldwide 13.24% of the global population lives in a jurisdiction that has declared a climate
Accelerating carbon-reduction targets, updating pledges to reach zero emissions by 2050 to 2040, 2035, or earlier; Expanding solutions for reducing local emissions, such as working to eliminate the use of
Image above: The Climate Mobilization’s #CountTheVotes campaign banner drop in Miami, Florida — one of many such banners hanging across the U.S. to challenge a post-election power grab by President
While massive CA fires burn, Yolo County Board of Supervisors declare a climate emergency, commit to justice and mobilization
Local Contact: Juliette Beck, Yolo Climate Emergency Coalition firstname.lastname@example.org (530) 902-8407National Contact: Matt Renner, The Climate Mobilization email@example.com (510) 517-1343 Woodland, CA, Sept. 29 — With smoke still rising from
In this Update: Impacts of the climate emergency are intensifying, shooting paralyzes unarmed father of three Jacob Blake, some good news from Brazilian rainforest, and more.
In this Update: More jurisdictions declare Climate Emergency, Margaret Klein Salamon on Rich Roll Podcast, oil and gas fuel Trump, indigenous tribes in Alaska take action to protect Tongass National Forest, and more.