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.
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.
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.
“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.”
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).