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Before It's Too Late

Guest Post by Rosemary Spalding, Earth Charter Indiana board president. (Part 2 of 2 of a firsthand report on the Sept. 21 People’s Climate March… 719 more words

Sustainability

▶ Hedges, McKibben, Naomi Klein, Sawant, Sanders: What Will It Take to Save Humanity and the Planet?

Chris Hedges, activist Bill McKibben, journalist Naomi Klein, Seattle City Councilwoman Kshama Sawant, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and public radio talk show host Brian Lehrer participated in a panel discussion the night before the People’s Climate March in New York City this month. 131 more words

Nonviolent Action

Bill McKibben was a major force behind the Climate March

Here’s an article profiling one of the leaders of the September 2014 Climate March. Bill McKibben is a journalist and environmental activist whose career spans more than three decades. 140 more words

The People's Climate March: We Are The Ones We've Been Waiting For

Traveling to New York City for the People’s Climate March on September 21, 2014 was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made.  Yes, it made me happy.  1,631 more words

Personal Happiness

Tide turns on fossil fuels

Over the past week, hundreds of thousands of people have taken action for climate justice in 160 countries around the world, joining People’s Climate Marches ahead of the UN Climate Summit in New York on 23rd September. 979 more words

The Catalyst: The Real Issue Is Not Global Warming

The People’s Climate March (PCM), the largest gathering of Socialists, Communists, anti-Capitalists, eco-Fascists, Anarchists, and various second-year college students ever to convene under the umbrella of “Climate Change,” was held this weekend in modern, industrialized cities all over the US and Western Europe. 1,793 more words

Defining the Contours of our Century

President Obama addressed the UN summit leaders today, imploring each to do their part in combating global climate change. “Nobody gets a pass… We have a responsibility to lead,” he stated before… 410 more words