To date the global population living in jurisdictions that have declared a Climate Emergency is 831,690,444 people.
Taking Back Tomorrow
Updates from the forefront of the Climate Emergency Movement.
The global tally for Climate Emergency declarations is up to 1,755, within 30 countries. In California, the Sacramento Municipal Utilities District (SMUD) Board of Directors adopted a Climate Emergency resolution and committed to achieving net zero emissions electricity by 2030, becoming the first utility company to commit to a timeline that is in line with what is necessary to address the emergency.
Biden Issues Powerful Stance on Climate Justice and Reinvigorating Economy, but Still Falls Short in Scale Scope and Speed Necessary to Fight Climate Emergency
BROOKLYN, NY: July 14, 2020— The Climate Mobilization issued the following comments regarding the environmental justice & economic opportunity and the sustainable infrastructure plans by former Vice President Joe Biden.
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.
Climate Emergency Movement Portland, Oregon declared a Climate Emergency on July 1. The declaration emphasizes support for vulnerable and marginalized communities through climate planning and programming, including a specific amendment
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,