NewEnergyNews: The Climate Fight At Home


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  • TODAY AT NewEnergyNews, October 16:

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    Thursday, October 03, 2019

    The Climate Fight At Home

    The Fight to Stop the Climate Crisis is Local; Everywhere the global #ClimateStrike movement exists, the fight to protect ourselves from fossil fuel extraction and climate injustice is personal and lives at home in our communities.

    Tamara Toles O’Laughlin, October 2, 2019 (Common Dreams)

    “…[Last week,] an estimated 7.6 million people took to the streets across the world to demand real action on climate. In New York City on September 20th, I was among 250,000 people, including youth, elders, parents, teachers, scientists, workers, unions, faith leaders and more…I truly felt that the change we’ve been demanding for decades would finally be possible. We’re at a turning point where a blossoming and growing multigenerational and multiracial climate movement is calling for social and economic transformation that is rooted in justice…

    The September 20th global climate strikes was the slingshot into a week of continued momentum across the U.S…These actions show that the work is everywhere, with clear targets from the fossil fuel industry to financial institutions to local government. Communities are applying national demands put together by youth ahead of the U.S. strikes to the local level, and they are applying pressure…

    Our leaders should look towards these local fights as examples of the world that people are striving to build, whether they go back to the negotiation rooms of the UN, reassess presidential climate plans, or in the everyday offices of mayors and governors. The fight to protect ourselves from fossil fuel extraction and climate injustice is personal and lives at home. The momentum we’ve achieved is a signal to sustain local fights…This is only a sliver of what multigenerational and multiracial action can yield…We demand the right to a future.” click here for more


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