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THE CLIMATE MOVEMENT
NEWSLETTER & ACTION TOOLKIT


DEFUND CLIMATE CHAOS
Last year was the hottest ever recorded and yet the top six U.S. Banks committed $81 billion to expand fossil fuel production. That's nearly $1 trillion since the Paris Agreement. WTF are they doing? TELL U.S. BANKS to stop financing our extinction!
MULES AND PICKAXES
Minerals are required for the clean energy transition, but our mining industry is still governed by laws written in the 19th century. Isn't it time for an update? TELL YOUR REPS to oppose the Mining Regulatory Clarity Act.
CLIMATE CONVOS
Tap into the wisdom of tomorrow’s environmental advocates. REGISTER FOR A WEBINAR hosted by the Yale Center for Environmental Communication to explore innovative ways to engage young minds in the fight against climate change.
TIME TO INVESTIGATE
Big Oil has known all along that their business practices would wreak havoc on our planet. But instead of making changes, they invested billions in denial campaigns in order to protect their profits. TELL THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE to launch an investigation into Big Oil’s greed and hold them accountable!
CUT THE CASH FLOW
U.S. agencies, including the International Development Finance Corporation, have funneled billions of tax dollars into fossil fuel projects from India to Mozambique, harming wildlife and polluting ecosystems. TELL THE U.S. GOVERNMENT to stop funding fossil fuel projects abroad!

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This is the spotlight for the heroes doing the most urgent work on climate.
Indigenous model born and raised in the Amazon ZAYA GUARANI speaks against the exploitation of Indigenous lands and the urgent need for ancestral preservation amidst climate collapse.

Zaya
Guarani


Indigenous model born and raised in the Amazon ZAYA GUARANI speaks against the exploitation of Indigenous lands and the urgent need for ancestral preservation amidst climate collapse.
Creator of the educational platform Climate In Colour JOCELYN LONGDON uses her academic and design expertise to connect and empower the climate curious through online courses and tutorials.

Jocelyn
Longdon


Creator of the educational platform Climate In Colour JOCELYN LONGDON uses her academic and design expertise to connect and empower the climate curious through online courses and tutorials.
Grassroots leader and 2024 Goldman Environmental Prize winner ANDREA VIDAURRE focuses on making the transportation industry more sustainable by activating communities in policy work and environmental justice.

Andrea
Vidaurre


Grassroots leader and 2024 Goldman Environmental Prize winner ANDREA VIDAURRE focuses on making the transportation industry more sustainable by activating communities in policy work and environmental justice.

The climate crisis in pictures. Our lens is global.

Flash floods in Afghanistan’s north, triggered by unprecedented rainfall have left about 300 dead, with hundreds possibly still trapped, prompting an urgent response from aid workers to admit warnings of severe destruction and lack of resources.

Ongoing flooding in southern Brazil, displacing half a million residents, prompts considerations of climate migration as rivers rise to record levels, leading to significant reconstruction efforts and calls for urban relocation in the face of escalating climate change impacts.

Asia’s recent record-breaking heatwaves are revealed to be significantly exacerbated by human-induced climate change. Seeing soaring temperatures above 40°C, residents are facing devastating impacts predicted to worsen without immediate action.

Wildfires in Northern Canada are raging through forests, fueled by strong winds and subsequently ruining the air quality in nearby US states such as Iowa. The towns in Canada have been evacuated, yet the air quality remains hazardous in Iowa.

Following the devastating floods and government demolitions, Nairobi residents like Isabella Mogeni are losing their homes– reflecting the challenges faced by thousands in Kenya’s flood prone areas amidst ongoing crises and climate change impacts.


WHAT’S REALLY BETTER? — The debate between EVs and gas-powered cars contains a lot of misinformation. Find out the facts around emissions, climate impacts and the dirty mining practices oil companies are hiding. (@think_or_swim)

THE LIES THAT SELL FAST FASHION — Most of us know that fast fashion takes a toll on the environment. So why are we still clicking “add to cart?” Perhaps e-commerce has warped our consumer behaviors … (Vox)

TRASH TALK — Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant challenges the traditional recycling narrative, revealing limitations and the corporate responsibility often sidelined in environmental efforts. (PBS Terra)

MAKING WAVES TOGETHER — Our water systems are in need of repair from chronic disinvestment and degradation. See how infrastructure can be improved with environmental justice at the forefront. (Water Hub)

ANTHROPO-CINEMATIC — What does Anthropocene even mean? Get familiar with this term and the evidence that shows the intense and destructive impact humans have had on Earth in a short period of time. (Vox)


Climate science can be overwhelming. Here’s your easy-to-share highlight reel.
SAVE THE TREES

Forests are vital for income, food, carbon capture, and ecosystem security. But are we putting too much pressure on them? Read more to learn about forest’s role in the climate discussion.

ROAMING TERRITORIES

Rising temperatures are causing animals around the world to migrate closer to humans, and it could have disastrous consequences. From deadly snake meet ups to the next pandemic, there are no winners here.

HUMAN SOLUTIONS?

Mats and tubes made from woven human hair have proven to be natural and cost-effective ways to clean up oil spills. See how efforts to enhance reusability are already in action.

CITY TREES SAVE LIVES

Research reveals planting more trees could reduce emergency room visits in LA. With urban populations soaring and temperatures rising, see how green solutions can cool things down.


Here’s what it looks like when people show up, voices ring loud and leaders act for the sake of the planet.
FERC FANS

The Federal Energy Regulatory Committee might sound boring, but their climate contributions aren't. The agency approved new rules requiring grid operators to plan changes to the U.S. electricity mix two decades in advance!

MICRO-SOFT ON BIG OIL

Microsoft employees are holding the tech giant accountable for their ties to Big Oil. While the company claims to be reaching toward aggressive sustainability goals, internal reviews have indicated otherwise.

PERFECT STORM (UPGRADES)

In a huge win against urban flooding, the EPA has approved over $40 million in grants to improve stormwater and sewer infrastructure across US cities in the wake of extreme weather.

GLOBAL CLEAN

In a record-breaking jump away from fossil fuels, nearly a third of global electricity was generated by renewables last year. See how far we’ve come, and how we’ve done it!

BIGGER IN TEXAS

Texas now has one of the hottest grid-battery markets in the country. While the state is a major oil & gas producer, it also boasts the most renewables and battery storage in the nation. How did it happen?

IN CASH, PLEASE

A jury found that Exxon was liable for concealing knowledge that led to a mechanic’s cancer diagnosis, and must pay more than $700 million in damages. Will this open the floodgates for more lawsuits against Big Oil?

GREEN MOUNTAIN ENERGY

Vermont just passed a bill that requires 100% renewable electricity across all the state’s utilities by 2035, and it’s expected to become law. Can it be done?

OIL OVERREACH

Trump invited Big Oil executives to Mar-a-Lago to beg for $1 billion in exchange for easing environmental regulations if he becomes president. Does that sound illegal? House Democrats agree and are on the case.

CARBON FAIL

Plans to build a massive $2.4 billion carbon capture facility were scrapped after the company deemed it “not economically feasible.” This is just one of many gigantic carbon capture failures. Will there be a future for this technology?

FOSSIL FUELED NEWS

Did you know there are news outlets across the United States that are run by fossil fuel corporations? Not just influenced by them, but RUN by them. Read this incredible investigation to find out what’s going on.

WOK DO WE DO?

Cooking with fire is an essential part of many culinary traditions, but as the evidence on the danger of methane gas builds, chefs and scientists alike are asking what can be done for the future?

CLIMATE-CONSCIOUS MINDS

If climate change is only getting worse, then shouldn’t we be getting more educated? Students nationwide are calling for increased climate change education across the United States, but the policy has been hard to implement. See why.

WET HOT AMERICAN BANKRUPTCY

Rare and unpredictable climate events are causing insurers to cancel coverage in areas that were once considered low-risk. See how this policy could destabilize not just your finances, but the entire U.S. economy.

SEIZING THE SERENGETI

A carbon credit company run by an Emirati sheik has just gained control of 8% of Tanzania's land, displacing over 100,000 people. This is only the latest bizarre and gargantuan land grab in recent years. What’s happening to Tanzania?