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01/06/2017. Facebook
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01/06/2017. Facebook
Activists in Bangladesh have withstood arrests, tear gas, death threats- yet they are standing strong and are determined to stop coal plants coming in the Sundarbans. Stand with them by sharing your message with them today.

A Call for Global Day of Protest To Save Sundarbans From the Threat of Coal

ncbd.org
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01/05/2017. Facebook
This friendship is not good news. But it's a good thing there's tough pipeline fighters on both sides of the border.

Trump and Trudeau: An Odd Couple That Scares the Hell Out of Environmentalists

newrepublic.com
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01/05/2017. Facebook
Way to go Netherlands! Millions of train trips every day - all powered 100% by renewable wind energy.

We need more bold leaps forward like this in 2017.
350.org
01/05/2017. Facebook
How is the film 'Moana' a story of climate change and female resistance? Pacific Climate Warrior Brianna Fruean tells her story.

MOANA and Climate Change! — Coconet

thecoconet.tv
350.org
01/04/2017. Facebook
Exxon thinks that paying CEO Rex Tillerson $180,000,000 will 'reduce conflicts of interest.' If it takes that much money to avoid conflicts of interest, you're too dangerous to be Secretary of State.

Donald Trump's new secretary of state could get a $180m payout from ExxonMobil

independent.co.uk
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01/04/2017. Facebook
It's important to step back and recognize just a fraction of what happened to our planet in 2016.

And yet "even in the face of such a planetary emergency there are many hopeful resistance struggles."

The World at 1°C ― 2016

medium.com
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01/03/2017. Facebook
This week the #DeFundDAPL movement celebrated $40 million divested from the banks and companies building the pipeline, and pulled off a massive banner drop.

Keep up the pressure: Sign this letter to the banks and divest your accounts today to help kill this project for good.

Sign petition to 17 banks financing the Dakota Access Pipeline

petitions.signforgood.com
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01/03/2017. Facebook
In many parts of the world, solar already cheaper than coal -- and soon it could be the be the lowest-cost option almost everywhere.

So why are countries still building coal plants?

This Could Become the Cheapest Power on Earth

bloomberg.com
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01/02/2017. Facebook
Fighting fracking in Argentina isn't just about trying to save your land -- "it is about belonging and about fighting for the most basic right: life."

An account from 350.org América Latina team visiting communities in Patagonia. Follow them to learn more how to get involved.

A battle for life in Argentinean Patagonia

medium.com
350.org
01/02/2017. Facebook
It's hard to sum up just how extreme our weather got in 2016, but these graphics give a glimpse of what happened and where we're going.

These Graphics Show How Terrible Climate Change Was In 2016

huffingtonpost.com
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01/02/2017. Facebook
By 2050, the report forecasts, climate change in Bangladesh will have brought about a 10% drop in rice production and a 30% fall in wheat production.

Climate change to displace 15 million Bangladeshis by 2050

dhakatribune.com
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12/31/2016. Facebook
2016, you were beautiful as well as heartbreaking. Thank you, climate movement, for these moments of grace, inspiration, and occasional mirth. Wishing you all strength, resolve, and joy in the year ahead.
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12/31/2016. Facebook
Reminder: We have the solutions.
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12/30/2016. Facebook
This week, we're looking back at some of our top posts from 2016 (both because it's good to be reminded about all the good, inspiring things that happened this year, and because our team is taking a much-needed break). Here's one to inspire -- and with a hostile federal government in the US, local fights like this are going to become that much more crucial in 2017.

Oregon becomes first state to pass law to completely eliminate coal-fired power

theguardian.com
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12/30/2016. Facebook
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12/30/2016. Facebook
Remember that time in August when Scotland generated a *surplus* of wind energy?

Scotland just generated more electricity through wind power than the country needs

independent.co.uk
350.org
12/29/2016. Facebook
Reminder: Good things are happening all over the world.

(This news was from March, but we think it's worth remembering.)
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12/29/2016. Facebook
“I would say that it falls to scientists, who work free of political, economic or ideological interests, to develop a cultural model which can face the crisis of climatic change and its social consequences, so that the vast potential of productivity will not be reserved for only a few.”

Pope Francis: “Never been such a clear need for science” to protect the planet

washingtonpost.com
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12/29/2016. Facebook
This week, we're looking back at some of our top posts from 2016 -- because it's worth remembering the many good things that happened during an often-difficult year. One of the hands-down most inspiring: Indigenous resistance at Standing Rock (and beyond).

From 280 Tribes, a Protest on the Plains

nytimes.com