We’re excited about this work – and are looking forward to training our newest cohort of committed climate activists taking action for our planet from August 2-4 in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota.
At the training, we’ll explore how this is a critical moment – a tipping point – for the climate crisis in the region and beyond.
Bottom line: it's a direct connection from burning fossil fuels to a world where nutritious food and clean water becomes scarce.
These diseases affect us all. But like so many climate impacts, they hit people in developing nations hardest.
These youth activists are not missing their opportunity to make their powerful voices heard.
It’s clear that the impacts of the climate crisis could have unique, serious, and potentially alarming repercussions for public health all over the world – and in turn, the very future of our planet.
The construction and expansion of fossil fuel pipelines represents one of the greatest risks to clean water and environmental justice in the US Midwest.
Take action today to fight the greatest challenge of our time.
Five conversations and stories to remind you why we’re fighting this – and give you hope we’ll win.
The climate crisis is making life even harder for residents of Central America’s “Dry Corridor,” forcing farmers and other rural residents to leave their homes and livelihoods.
As the EV industry continues to grow and drive down costs, our air will get cleaner and we’ll see a continual reduction in our largest source of climate pollution. And that scares Big Oil.