Now, here’s what we can do about getting it passed . . .
Hello everyone, thank you so much for endorsing the Fracking Ban Act introduced by Senator Sanders and Representative Ocasio-Cortez! My name is Thomas, I’m the National Climate Organizing Manager at Food & Water Action and I’ll be sharing update on the bill via this list.
This morning, we publicly released the letter with over 570 organizations signed on in support of the bill. The letter will remain open throughout the year, but is an incredible show of strength just two weeks after the bill was first introduced. Here are a few materials to share and promote:
The summit brought together over 2,000 intellectuals, private sector leaders, government officials, and organizers to explore how to facilitate an emergency-speed climate transition in Australia and across the globe. By the numbers:
Total number of US declarations of Climate Emergency: 87, within 23 states.
Current active Climate Emergency campaigns in the US: 113.
Will you take 2 minutes to voice your support for SB 5947 by calling Rep. Chapman (360-786-7916) today? The Sustainable Farms and Fields grant program is an effective way to address climate change – Carbon Washington
This is the first in a series I’ve written on climate change for our local monthly newspaper. I wanted to go back to the basics of the science behind climate change. I’ll post them in coming Yarns. Cheers, Nan
Recent climate models project that a doubling of atmospheric CO2 above pre-industrial levels could cause temperatures to soar far above previous estimates. A warming earth, researchers now say, will lead to a loss of clouds, allowing more solar energy to strike the planet.
It’s time for all good folks to come to the aid of their land, their water, their air, and all beings that call this rock home. At our Ground Hog Day 2020 meeting, OCA announced that we will not abide any more years of climate inaction and adopted this set of principles as our 2020 Climate Platform, free to all political and community leaders who care to use it.
Note to my readers: This is a series I’ve written on climate change for our local monthly newspaper. I wanted to go back to the basics of the science behind climate change. I’ll post them in coming Yarns. Cheers, Nan