THE CLIMATE MOVEMENT
NEWSLETTER & ACTION TOOLKIT


THE FUEL OF WALL STREET
What do Chase and Chubb have in common? They both continue to provide financial support for fossil fuel projects. MAKE A CALL to the CEOs and tell them enough is enough.
JACKSH$T
Shell is attempting to construct a new oil field in the North Sea, despite clear dangers of future oil extraction. ADD YOUR NAME to the petition and pressure them to #StopJackdaw.
OUT OF AFRICA
Why is one of Europe’s largest financial institutions still funding pipelines? SIGN THE PETITION to get dirty energy projects out of Africa and STOP EACOP.
SHAREHOLDER SEASON
You can SEND AN EMAIL to executives of major asset managers like BlackRock, Vanguard, and State Street to vote yes on critical climate resolution and end funding for risky fossil fuel projects.
A CHAT WITH SARAH BLOOM RASKIN
Federal Board nominee Sarah Bloom Raskin withdrew her nomination after being bullied by fossil fuel companies and other government players. Now, she’s sharing her experience with the climate community. JOIN IN.

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This is the spotlight for the heroes doing the most urgent work on climate.
Kenyan climate activist and the founder of the Green Generation Initiative, ELIZABETH WATHUTI, calls for solidarity and compassion to address the world’s growing climate and ecological crises.

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Kenyan climate activist and the founder of the Green Generation Initiative, ELIZABETH WATHUTI, calls for solidarity and compassion to address the world’s growing climate and ecological crises.
Adaptive athlete and activist VASU SOJITRA works to make the outdoors more accessible and bring intersectionality to the climate conversation.

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Adaptive athlete and activist VASU SOJITRA works to make the outdoors more accessible and bring intersectionality to the climate conversation.
Artist NICOLE KELNER uses watercolor to inspire people about solutions to the climate crisis.

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Artist NICOLE KELNER uses watercolor to inspire people about solutions to the climate crisis.

The climate crisis in pictures. Our lens is global.

❌?We must stop pumping billions into fossil fuels NOW. It not only makes sense for the planet but it is also crucial for PEACE!

#ClimateStrike week 165

Clear messages in Berlin yesterday: oil and gas is the bloodline of Putin's genocidal war. Addiction to fossil fuels is the root cause behind the destruction of Ukraine.

17% of Mombasa City is at risk of being submerged by a sea level rise of 0.3-meters. Marine life is at increased risk of extinction if global average temperatures continue to rise unchecked. We need climate action now!


KELP THE PLANET — What’s slimy, wet, and green all over? It could be the answer to the climate crisis! (Our Changing Climate)

MR. FINK’S NEIGHBORHOOD — The CEO of BlackRock doesn’t usually engage with climate activists. But this time he did ... just with climate kids. (SunriseKidsNYC)

JUST STOP OIL — Why are UK protesters climbing oil tankers and interrupting football games? (The Guardian)

CLIMATE ATTACK — Suffering from climate anxiety? You’re not alone. A new YouTube Original series shines light and heart on this ever-growing mental health issue. (Seat at the Table)


Climate science can be overwhelming. Here’s your easy-to-share highlight reel.
CARBON IN THE AIR BUT NOT ON AIR

A new report shows that the largest broadcast news companies only aired 19 segments on environmental justice in 2021. Is that really enough to make a difference? Read the details here.

BIN THERE, DONE THAT

Only about 5% of plastic actually gets recycled in the U.S. What’s going on?

DUST BOWL 2.0

More than 80% of agricultural land will experience extreme water scarcity this century, signaling danger for our global food supply.

THE DARK NIGHT OF THE COAL

Should Americans have to spend their pandemic in the dark? Greedy utility companies shut off power to homes over 3 million times during the pandemic and they may not be stopping.

SOLAR JUNK IN OUR TRUCK

Every product has an end life. . . even the most eco-friendly. What will happen to the millions of solar panels once they are no longer functional?

NURDLE NIGHTMARE

What happens to the water happens to the people. We’re already cleaning up oil spills, now we’re facing plastic spills.

MY PLANET, MY CHOICE

American women are being threatened with forced pregnancy at exactly the moment that pregnancy is getting riskier because of climate threats.

SAD FEET

Rising sea levels are threatening the existence of emperor penguins. Without solid sea ice, the emperor family cannot complete their reproductive cycle.

Big Win
A PERFECT UNION

An unprecedented agreement has just been reached between unions and wind energy. Find out how it will create 80,000 green jobs.

AN ARM & A LEG

The largest oil and gas producers have made nearly $100 billion in profit since the first quarter of 2022, significantly more than this time last year. (The Guardian)

DESTINATION MIGRATION

Not all who wander are lost! Some animals are finding ways to adapt to climate change, even if that means going out of their comfort zone. Read what’s new in the animal kingdom.

THE REWILDING BILLIONAIRE

A billionaire buys a bunch of land… to keep it wild? That’s the unusual story happening with a Danish billionaire and Scotland’s peatbogs, right when the world needs that carbon sink the most.

THIS IS OUR RIGHT OF WAY

The pandemic closed NYC streets and made them into pedestrian and cycling havens. Will the new mayor make these outdoor spaces permanent?

SCHOLASTIC BULLSHIT

The oil and gas industry has a proposal for New Mexico: let fossil fuels into the classroom or we’ll destroy your economy. See how the school systems are being held hostage.

CARNIVAL OF MISINFORMATION

Brazil leads the world in greenhouse gas emissions from deforestation, but are Brazilians getting the real news? Are any of us? See how President Bolsonaro is trying to hide the truth.

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BIG APPLE BIKES

NYC is E-xcited about investing in electric transportation and the city is putting its money where its mouth is. Read how the surging popularity in E-bikes is changing the city for the better.