NO WORDLES FOR HOW BAD THIS IS

➩ Tell Citibank they can’t go net zero if they are expanding fossil fuels
➩ Build Back Better isn’t dead but it needs your help ASAP
➩ Stop California regulators from stopping the solar revolution

We've got an action-packed edition this week!  Time to lend your support to some of the most critical campaigns that will stop the climate crisis.  Scroll down and click through, then share with your social network! 

                         


Each week, we bring you the top campaigns, actions and events — with links to everything to make taking action as easy as possible.

BANK ON THIS

Despite its climate pledges, Citibank still dumps billions into fossil fuels. EMAIL THE CEO to get Citi to stop.

BUILD IT BETTER ALREADY

KEEP PUSHING the U.S. Senate to pass the Build Back Better Act — its best opportunity to fight climate change through legislation.

WASH AWAY GREENWASHING

Companies are constantly trying to mislead us with greenwashing. LEARN MORE and find calls to action here.

HITTING THE WALL

ADD YOUR NAME to tell federal regulators to stop Wall Street in their continued funding of the climate crisis.

SAVE CALIFORNIA SOLAR

Californians are fighting to keep their rooftop solar affordable. HELP THEM fight back against dirty utility tactics.

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This is the spotlight for the heroes doing the most urgent work on climate.
PATIENCE NABUKALU is a young climate activist. She supports Fridays for Future and is fighting against Wetland Degradation and plastic pollution.

Patience
Nabukalu


PATIENCE NABUKALU is a young climate activist. She supports Fridays for Future and is fighting against Wetland Degradation and plastic pollution.
A cofounder of the United Farm Workers union, DOLORES HUERTA agrees we must unite to battle the climate crisis.

Dolores
Huerta


A cofounder of the United Farm Workers union, DOLORES HUERTA agrees we must unite to battle the climate crisis.
JUSTINE CALMA reports on the climate crisis across four continents with a focus on its disproportionate effects on people of color, Indigenous peoples, women, and immigrant communities.

Justine
Calma


JUSTINE CALMA reports on the climate crisis across four continents with a focus on its disproportionate effects on people of color, Indigenous peoples, women, and immigrant communities.

POT CALLING THE KETTLE PLASTIC — Big plastic producers like Coca-Cola and Pepsi are asking for help with the booming plastic crisis they helped create. Their global pact would cut global production via the United Nations. (Reuters)

DEVAST-OCEAN — Parts of the ocean are at risk due to oxygen-starvation, harming marine life and the climate. And the cause is not natural… (The Economist)

IS FRACK ALL WHACK? — Fracking technology that has harmed communities and the climate has the potential to actually produce clean energy. How? (Cleo Abram)

ROAD(LESS) RULES — Forests don’t need roads. The U.S. Forest Service wants to restore the Alaska Roadless Rule to prevent logging in the largest temperate rainforest in the world: Tongass National Forest. (Patagonia)


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

The shipping industry is one of the most polluting in the world, but things are changing quickly. See what’s on the horizon and what has already made it ashore.

SEEKING KELP FOR OUR OCEANS

Coastal Indigenous communities are restoring native seaweed beds as a traditional food source, and it’s helping restore ocean ecosystems at the same time.

GOING BANANAS FOR GREEN FARMING

This Australian banana farmer found high-tech solutions for unsustainable farming practices. Read about what he discovered.

ROADLESS ODYSSEY

Greece wants to protect its natural places because of climate-fueled disasters. They’ve banned new roads and construction along six mountain areas to start.

MOVING ON UP!

Apartments and multi-family housing are often left out of solar options, but a new startup is trying to change that.

IT’S A PLANT-BASED LIFE FOR ME

Shifting the diets of high-income nations to focus on plant-based options will not only reduce greenhouse gas emissions but also foster carbon sequestration. Win!


Climate science can be overwhelming. Here’s your easy-to-share highlight reel.
THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM

The animals with the biggest footprints may actually have the smallest impact. See how large herbivores like elephants and boars are restoring carbon to the ecosystem.

LIFE AFTER SMOKE

A high school science fair project may have just changed how we think about wildfires. Read about this overachiever here.

IT STARTS IN THE WOMB

A hotter planet not only has implications for the living, but for the unborn as well. Premature births and birth defects have already been linked to the hottest parts of the world.

CHEMICALLY IMBALANCED

A new turning point is upon us, and it isn’t a good one. Chemical pollution has now surpassed any safe levels for human and ecosystem health. The stability of our global ecosystem is at stake.

SPREADING SEEDS

Animals have been agents of seed dispersal for millennia. Now as so many of Earth’s animal species are in decline, the world is facing a thwarting of seed dispersion and plant growth. That’s a problem.


COME WITH ME IF YOU WANT CLEAN ENERGY
Arnold Schwarzenegger helped put solar panels on a million roofs in California. But now his plan is under attack… by a utility company.
THE WORST AMENDMENT?
Is the First Amendment for fossil fuels? Exxon is calling on their constitutional rights to get out of climate accountability, and making us all hate them even more in the process.
ARE WE IN(SURE)D ABOUT THIS?
Floodwaters are rising, but insurance coverage is not. Residents of flood zones are calling for an overhaul of flood insurance and housing development.
FIRE SALE: GET IT WHILE IT’S HOT
What is the cost of preventing catastrophic climate change? Lower than you think. Check out the surprising price tag here.
TRUTH BOMB
The amount of oil and gas extraction in the Permian Basin has earned the region a nickname from climate activists: a carbon bomb.
CITI REDUCES ABSOLUTELY
Citigroup has announced their 2030 emission reduction targets for all the loans in its portfolio. While it is the first major U.S. bank to set "absolute” targets, its plan still allows for fossil fuel expansion.