STOP THE SPREAD (OF FOSSIL FUELS)

➩ Stop Line 5, Enbridge’s latest project that threatens Lake Michigan.
➩ Support the Indigenous land defenders facing off against a fracked gas pipeline.
➩ PR companies found to play a huge role in spreading fossil fuel disinformation.

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

STAND WITH WET’SUWET’EN

These Indigenous land defenders need your help. CONTRIBUTE to their fight against the building of a massive gas pipeline on Native land.

END PLASTICS

To end the plastics crisis, stop at the source. SIGN THE PETITION to call for a global treaty addressing our plastics problem.

STOP SHELL

South Africa’s Wild Coast is under threat from Shell’s oil exploration. DEMAND Minister Manatashe protect this fragile marine habitat.

STOP LINE 5

Enbridge is at it again. URGE PRESIDENT BIDEN to stop the company’s latest pipeline project and save Lake Michigan.

PROTECT ALASKA

The science is clear: fossil fuels must stay in the ground. CANCEL any future drilling in Alaska’s Cook Inlet.


IT’S NOT YOU … WELL ACTUALLY IT IS YOU — Ignore the natural gas industry’s weird stove propaganda. The planet and your body will thank you for going electric. (Climate Town)

#ALLOUTFORWEDZINKWA — Wet’suwet’en land protectors and their allies took to the streets in Toronto to oppose the Coastal Gaslink pipeline on Indigenous territory in British Columbia. (World Beyond War Canada)

IT’S GETTING HOT IN HERE — As the Earth heats up, people need more air conditioning to cool down. But AC in turn heats the planet. How do we escape this cycle? (The Economist)

KEEP ON GROWING — As climate change threatens our food system's stability, could regenerative agriculture save us?  It's been used for centuries by Indigenous peoples, perhaps there are some lessons to be learned. (Ecosia)

OH COAL YOU DON’T — Why are this mother and daughter squatting on a railcar transporting coal in Queensland, Australia?  Let them explain. (Frontline Action on Coal)

SUSTAINING COMMUNITY — This Indigenous-led organization is building a community that is affordable, climate resilient and consistent with their values on sustainability. (ATTN)

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This is the spotlight for the heroes doing the most urgent work on climate.
CASEY HARRELL is the founder of Blackrock's Big Problem. He is fighting to hold the world's largest asset manager accountable for investing in climate chaos and battling ALS at the same time.

Casey
Harrell


CASEY HARRELL is the founder of Blackrock's Big Problem. He is fighting to hold the world's largest asset manager accountable for investing in climate chaos and battling ALS at the same time.
WINONA LADUKE is an Anishinaabe activist, author, and speaker working on issues of sustainable development, renewable energy, and food systems. She is also the executive director of Honor The Earth.

Winona
LaDuke


WINONA LADUKE is an Anishinaabe activist, author, and speaker working on issues of sustainable development, renewable energy, and food systems. She is also the executive director of Honor The Earth.
ISAIAS HERNANDEZ is an environmental educator and the creator of QueerBrownVegan. He creates introductory educational content to provide a safe space for like-minded environmentalists and advance the discourse around the climate crisis.

Isaias
Hernandez


ISAIAS HERNANDEZ is an environmental educator and the creator of QueerBrownVegan. He creates introductory educational content to provide a safe space for like-minded environmentalists and advance the discourse around the climate crisis.

Climate science can be overwhelming. Here’s your easy-to-share highlight reel.
MAPPING FUNGI

A new project hopes to map the world’s fungi to determine how quickly they might help in drawing down greenhouse gases.

LONE SCIENTIST

One man’s hobby helped researchers track 50 years of climate change in the Rockies. How is your hobby saving the world?

ALBATROCITY

Climate change is putting stress on Albatrosses’ relationships. Researchers say the warming world is causing ‘divorce’ rates to go up among the bird populations.

LET’S SEE THE NUMBERS

The EPA is forcing natural gas plants to make their pollution data public, opening the door for increased transparency and scrutiny from concerned citizens.

ARCTIC FEVER

New research reveals that parts of the Arctic could be dominated by rain rather than snow decades sooner than previously thought.

ONE FISH TWO FISH

Scientists have found that feeding fish methane can fill the demand for fish food and store carbon at the same time. Go fish!


The climate crisis in pictures. Our lens is global.

Canada before tar sands oil // after via @ResistLine3

Zion Travelers Cemetery, on the grounds of Marathon Petroleum oil refinery. Reserve, Louisiana. via The YEARS Project /Maya Lilly

#Indigenous youth & supporters blockaded Georgia St until over 50 Vancouver Police officers surrounded & advanced on the crowd. 3 were arrested, including a street medic. 1 person is recovering from being pepper-sprayed. @mikegraemephoto

Colonialism caused climate change. via @cupidwithanak


Here’s what it looks like when people show up, voices ring loud and leaders act for the sake of the planet.
SHELL NO CAMBO

This is when activism works. Oil giant Shell will not develop the Cambo oil field in Scotland as the environmental hazards outweigh the economic risk.

FLOAT LIKE A BUTTERFLY

The Monarch butterfly is winging its way to a comeback after years of decline. Will it last? Read more here.

NATIVE SUN

Indigenous communities in the Midwest have been awarded $6.6 million to build electric vehicle infrastructure and charging stations.

BOSTON DIVESTS

Green New Deal Champion and newly elected Boston Mayor Michelle Wu says the city must stop investing public funds in fossil fuel companies.

CORALS BLOOM

A Nobel Prize-winning economic investment theory shows promising signs of helping to save threatened coral reefs.

EVGLAND

England will be the first country to require all new homes be equipped with EV chargers. God save EVs!


RACE FOR OUR FUTURE
The race to find sustainable minerals is here, but it looks like the United States is in last place.
MOO-THANE EMISSIONS
Biden’s new action plan against methane is lacking in one major area: animal agriculture. Take a look to see why that matters.
PR'S DIRTY SECRET
A new report exposes how public relations firms have been a driving force behind the fossil fuel industry’s disinformation campaigns. It’s time to hold them accountable.
TEN MILLION A YEAR
Ten million people die every year from air pollution alone. This should be reason enough to ditch fossil fuels, so why aren’t we?
ALL AGHAST
The Midwest Express has ambitions to become the world’s largest carbon capture project. Opponents worry this new and controversial technology will be a boon to the fossil fuel industry.
GET SCHOOLED ON CLIMATE
Educators are starting to teach about climate change as a priority in their classrooms. Imagine if we had an informed electorate pushing our political leaders for solutions.
JUMPING OVER NURDLES
What’s destroying our oceans is a lot smaller than you’d think. These tiny plastic ‘nurdles’ are some of the worst pollutants.
OUTDATED ROYALTIES
Instead of prohibiting drilling on public lands, the Biden administration is just making it more expensive to do so. Seems legit?

Every week we highlight three climate campaigns having real impact. There are many more than 3, see many of them here.

Children And Nature Network supports and mobilizes leaders, educators, activists, practitioners and parents working to turn the trend of an indoor childhood back out to the benefits of nature — and to increase safe and equitable access to the natural world for all.

Rainforest Flow empowers Indigenous communities in the Peruvian Amazon by delivering clean water, sanitation, and hygiene programs.

GRID Alternatives helps frontline communities nationwide get access to clean, affordable renewable energy, transportation, and jobs. It also operates in communities in Nepal, Nicaragua, and Mexico.