Last night, Berkeley declared a climate emergency and committed to a just emergency climate mobilization to end GHG emissions as quickly as possible! The city’s Climate Emergency Declaration calls for the creation of a nine-county Bay Area Regional Just Transition and Climate Emergency Mobilization Collaborative.
9 Years to Zero
Updates from the forefront of the Climate Emergency Movement.
Climate Emergency Movement Receives $100,000 from Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Shelter Rock
The Climate Mobilization Project is pleased to announce that it has received a $100,000 grant from the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Shelter Rock to catalyze a nationwide emergency response to the climate crisis.
Big news out of Southern California: the L.A. City Council has unanimously voted to explore the creation of America’s first Climate Emergency Mobilization Department.
A key county council committee has responded to last-minute pressure from members of a growing climate emergency coalition, and nonviolent civil disobedience has been avoided for at least a few weeks.
If passed, these motions could begin the first true WWII-scale climate response in the world, rooted in the social and environmental justice principles outlined by the coalition of Angelenos who have been struggling to phase out our toxic economy for decades.
Today Montgomery County, MD (MOCO) upped the ante for local governments across the country. Responding to pressure from local climate advocates, the County Council became the first county in the
On Tuesday December 5, thanks to the efforts of TCM organizers, the County Council of Montgomery County, Maryland unanimously passed a resolution declaring climate emergency, making it the first county in the nation to do so.
On November 3 and 4, over 80 leaders from across Los Angeles gathered to begin to draft an L.A. Leap Manifesto: an intersectional people’s platform to guide Mobilize L.A., the effort launched in June to transform America’s second largest city to carbon-neutrality by 20…
Last week was a turning point for our movement: the first big win for mobilization on the city level.After a year of work by members of the Climate Mobilization Hoboken, a resolution passed unanimously through the Hoboken City Council on November 1 calling for mobiliza…