Climate Emergency Movement Updates The Climate Emergency Movement has gained momentum in recent weeks with four new declarations in the U.S. alone, bringing the total to 111 declarations nationwide within
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Updates from the forefront of the Climate Emergency Movement.
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
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Read the joint letter submitted to Joe Biden in its entirety here.
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.
Decision Goes Against Both Presidential and VP Nominees Climate Positions
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.
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.