In the U.S., Mississippi and Tennessee are experiencing devastating flooding after receiving 400% of normal rainfall. The Arctic shattered record high temperatures, reaching 70 degrees fahrenheit this past week. This
Taking Back Tomorrow
Updates from the forefront of the Climate Emergency Movement.
Interestingly, while 2019 was the Year of #ClimateEmergency, many in media and the political world are very very afraid of this word and still using the term “#ClimateChange.
Increased Support Could Result in Hearings on bill to Declare a Climate Emergency
11k+ Scientists Declare Climate Emergency, Climate Breakdown in California, Fighting Fossil Fuel Producers in Court
New paper says “Untold Human Suffering” Unavoidable unless we act Immediately
Ten Years to Zero: School strikers, extreme heat, and the Climate Emergency Movement growing exponentially as the crisis deepens.
A rundown of news from the Climate Emergency Movement across the globe, including school strikes, the exponential rise in Climate Emergency declarations, and Democratic presidential candidates speaking out for WWII scale mobilization in the U.S.
While we continue to mourn the communities suffering from Hurricane Dorian, wildfires in the Amazon or California, other communities are also facing a slowly-grinding destabilization due not only to the climate crisis but also government bureaucracy. Often these communities remain hidden, even within their own states and outside the spotlight associated with massive climate disasters.
Ban + Plan + Expand: How local governments can take immediate action to mobilize people and resources to address the Climate Emergency in their backyards.
More than 1000 governments in 19 countries across the world have declared a climate emergency, including New York City, the largest city in the U.S. to do so. Malibu California is among the most recent locations to declare.