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yesterday at 16:13. Facebook
BREAKING: Today marks the launch of the L’eau Est La Vie (Water Is Life) resistance camp in the swamps of Southern Louisiana against Energy Transfer Partners’ proposed Bayou Bridge Pipeline - the last leg of the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Watch this video to learn about the project, what's at stake, and the plan to stop it. Support the fight at nobbp.org and follow L'eau Est La Vie Camp.
Denise Lauzon
Nancy Manley Fitzwater
Wesley Sisson
350.org
350.org
06/23/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
Want a clean energy economy? Make sure women are there to lead the way.
Want a clean energy economy Make sure women are there to lead the way

Women are Transforming the Energy Sector - Ms. Magazine Blog

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Jennifer Hulford
350.org
350.org
06/23/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
As the Himalayas heat up, people are finding new ways to conserve water.
Karen Cartwright
Whistler Woods
An Rica
350.org
350.org
06/23/2017 at 13:05. Facebook
Many UNESCO civilisation heritage sites are threatened by coal development in Turkey -- the Hecate temple in Lagina (Yatağan), the ancient port city of Kyme, the Byzantine fortress of Pegae, and the Ilgın – Çavuşçugöl natural reserve are some of them. But many more could be threatened if Turkey pursues it’s plan to build even more coal plants.

UNESCO needs to stand up and protect these...
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350.org
06/22/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
What it's like to live in an intense heat wave.

"It's so hot right now, I can't think straight. Even indoors, a heat like this consumes you."
What it's like to live in an intense heat wave

The Science Behind Arizona's Record-Setting Heat Wave

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Katie Jean
Julian Chalmers
Glenn Klotz
350.org
350.org
06/22/2017 at 18:00. Facebook
An important poem from Red Fawn, a water protector who stood against the Dakota Access Pipeline and is still being held in prison.
Katie Jean
Karen Zink-Conner
Mark Cornelius
350.org
350.org
06/22/2017 at 16:30. Facebook
Tropical Storm Cindy is hitting the Gulf Coast. Heavy rainfall could cause life-threatening flash flooding.
Tropical Storm Cindy is hitting the Gulf Coast Heavy rainfall could cause

Heavy Rains And Flooding As Tropical Storm Cindy Makes Landfall

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350.org
350.org
06/22/2017 at 15:08. Facebook
Last year 37 banks poured $87 billion into fossil fuels. This needs to stop.
Last year 37 banks poured 87 billion into fossil fuels This needs to stop

Top global banks still lend billions to extract fossil fuels

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Caroline Byrne
Katie Jean
Donald Hnatowich
350.org
350.org
06/22/2017 at 03:40. Facebook
"Somewhere between a quarter and a third of all marine species have some part of their lifecycle in a coral reef. So if we wipe out coral reefs, we are going to crash the ecologies of the oceans. It is that serious."

Eminent scientist Charlie Veron, the man credited with discovering 1/5 of all coral species, is standing against Australia's biggest ever coal mine for the sake of the Great...
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Somewhere between a quarter and a third of all marine species have

'Godfather of Coral' urges Adani approval rethink following reef bleachings

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Kathleen Mary Young
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350.org
06/21/2017 at 23:30. Facebook
Fossil fuel companies stand to lose trillions -- with a "T" -- of dollars from climate action. It's why they're fighting so hard against it -- and why we need to divest.
Fossil fuel companies stand to lose trillions with a T of dollars

Report: Fossil fuel companies face big loses as world transitions to low-carbon economy

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Deb Snowden French
Christina McDonald
Richard Bono
350.org
350.org
06/21/2017 at 20:36. Facebook
In 2016, 37 banks poured $87 billion into extreme fossil fuels — knowing full well they worsen climate change. See which banks are #BankingOnClimateChange:
In 2016 37 banks poured 87 billion into extreme fossil fuels knowing

Banking on Climate Change

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Elisabeth Hart
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350.org
06/21/2017 at 16:52. Facebook
In 2016, major banks poured $87 billion into extreme fossil fuels knowing full well they worsen climate change and harm communities.

See which banks are #BankingOnClimateChange and how their fossil fuel financing policies stack up.
In 2016 major banks poured 87 billion into extreme fossil fuels knowing

Banking on Climate Change Fossil Fuel Report Card 2017

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Mark Goldberg
Maria Concilio
Clara Todaro
350.org
350.org
06/21/2017 at 16:32. Facebook
The Kenyan government together with Amu power consortium are building a $2billion coal-fired power plant in Lamu County, an island on the east coast of Kenya, North of Mombasa. Lamu, a UNESCO heritage site is home to the oldest and most preserved Swahili settlement on earth.

Let us not allow this precious site to be forever altered by dirty coal. UNESCO can speak out to stop the Lamu coal...
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Pippy Wardell
Carolyn Mandelker
C Elizabeth Viale
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350.org
06/21/2017 at 01:00. Facebook
Things are getting pretty extreme and extreme heat is one of the clearest and more defining characteristics of climate change.
Things are getting pretty extreme and extreme heat is one of the

It’s so hot in the Southwest that airplanes can’t take off

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Luis Faim
Navneet Gupta
Yemaya Shimek
350.org
350.org
06/20/2017 at 23:00. Facebook
"We must stand up for the rights of migrants and refugees everywhere who deserve dignity and respect as they seek better lives for themselves and their families, at the same time as we create just solutions to the climate crisis."
We must stand up for the rights of migrants and refugees everywhere

World Refugee Day: Migrants and the Climate Crisis

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Jane Dwinell
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350.org
06/20/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
Today is World Refugee Day. 21 million people were forced to leave their homes last year as a result of wars, conflicts, persecution, hunger and environmental disasters.

Global warming creates weather-related disasters such as droughts, changing rainfall patterns, infertility of land, food and water shortages, rising sea levels - which affect, in particular, the poorest countries and the most...
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Today is World Refugee Day 21 million people were forced to leave
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Teri Lindsay
Jennifer Bradshaw
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350.org
06/20/2017 at 10:46. Facebook
Around 30% of the world's population experience deadly heat waves for at least part of the year.

We have to change course fast and transition away from fossil fuels or else the future will be too hot to handle.
Around 30 of the worlds population experience deadly heat waves for at

A third of the world’s people already face deadly heat waves. It could be nearly three-quarters by 2100.

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Christie Ley
Charlie Schaffer
Glenna Dumey
350.org
350.org
06/19/2017 at 23:31. Facebook
A hopeful look at how accessible solar power is changing communities throughout Africa.
A hopeful look at how accessible solar power is changing communities throughout Africa

The Race to Solar-Power Africa

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Jennifer Hulford
Jean Posta
Harry Degenaar
350.org
350.org
06/19/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
Trump's EPA head Scott Pruitt said 50,000 new coal jobs had been created since Trump took office. He was off by 48,700.

We need a just transition to 100% renewable energy that puts people before profit.
Trumps EPA head Scott Pruitt said 50000 new coal jobs had been

John Oliver on the coal industry: 'Trump needs to stop lying to miners'

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Scott Rickerby
Ali van den Broek
Mark Cornelius
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350.org
06/19/2017 at 15:26. Facebook
When it comes to stymieing action on climate climate change, there aren’t many greater perpetrators than the fossil fuel giant Exxon.
When it comes to stymieing action on climate climate change there arent

The world’s largest iceberg is about to break off Antarctica. Here’s what it should be named.

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Frank Wallace
Karen Cartwright
Debbie Cook