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Stay Local, My Friends!

My tribe was on the march yesterday, some 400,000 of them in New York City, the biggest climate march in history. I have never been more proud of fellow UUs – 1,500 of them – for being in the forefront of a movement for climate justice. 421 more words

Environment, Activism, Localizing, Transition Movement

New York City Climate Change March Could Be Largest of Its Kind

Correction appended at 6:05 p.m. ET

More than 100,000 people are taking to the streets of New York City on Sunday to take part in the People’s Climate March. 349 more words

The Talk before the Walk: Bernie Sanders, Bill McKibben, Naomi Klein, Kshama Sawant, Chris Hedges, Brian Lehrer + Immortal Technique: Live for Revolution, Instead of Always Dying for It

Dandelion Salad

Joe Friendly on Sep 21, 2014

The Talk before the Walk: Among issues raised: elected socialist Kshama Sawant declares saving the planet requires the public taking ownership of the public corporations, especially oil, so they actually served the public and the planet!

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Politics

Arun Gupta: How the People’s Climate March Became a Corporate PR Campaign

 Business as Usual in Manhattan

 Branding. That’s how the climate crisis is going to be solved. We are in an era or postmodern social movements.

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Corporate Empire

People’s Climate Change March Defiles the Lord’s Day

Organizers of the so-called People’s Climate March expect more than 100,000 people to fill the streets of midtown Manhattan on Sunday, demanding action on global warming. 365 more words

Current-events

Buddhists Rock!

It’s late and it’s been a loooong day – so instead of writing an update myself, I’m going to post on from my dear friend Gayle Markow who will join the Peoples Climate March with us here in New York City tomorrow. 831 more words

Dharma And Climate Action

How NPR's Science Friday Goofed

On NPR‘s Science Friday program (“your trusted source for news and entertaining stories about science”) yesterday, Ira Flatow, the show’s host, aired a segment entitled “ 709 more words

Culture