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.
Taking Back Tomorrow
Updates from the forefront of the Climate Emergency Movement.
Climate Recommendations Better, But Far From Enough. Net Zero by 2050 Still Keeps us in Dangerous Place
BROOKLYN -July 8, 2020—While recent Democratic climate plans continue to improve, they continue to fail in their ability to create the massive national mobilization needed to address the Climate Emergency.
2050 Goal for zero-emissions could be too little too late to protect our future.
Climate Emergency movement On June 5th, 226 out of 228 local governments in South Korea signed an agreement to declare a Climate Emergency, bringing the global total to 1,737 declarations
Crowds of protestors have taken to the streets in major cities and towns of all sizes in the United States and around the world, decrying the deaths of George Floyd,
Climate Emergency Declarations New analysis demonstrates that the COVID-19 emergency is rooted within the larger context of global trends of ecological destruction, habitat loss, and warming temperatures. Despite the many
Brooklyn (April 10, 2020)—The Climate Mobilization issued the following statement regarding the decision by Senator Bernie Sanders to suspend his campaign for the Democratic nomination for President. “The candidacy of
March 31, 2020—After declaring a Climate Emergency in November, Ann Arbor, Michigan has drafted a $1 billion groundbreaking climate plan to get to carbon neutrality by 2030. Advocates see Ann
The world has been utterly transformed as the COVID-19 coronavirus has upended nearly every aspect of our lives and brought suffering to so many. The dizzying speed of news and