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The Federal Reserve won’t save us from climate chaos. What will?

In this summer of global climate chaos – Hawaii burned, the Panama Canal ran dry, Greece underwater (and also on fire), millions of Americans living under heat advisories this week (and most weeks this summer) – the Federal Reserve held a week long meeting on “Reassessing Constraints on the Economy and Policy.” But Fed Chair …

People's Earth Week Arts Action April 15-25

Earth Day is HERE!

Earth Day Update – Have you seen all our climate art and Earth Day activities yet?! More than 1,300 people were mailed some 60,000 climate posters for the Peoples’ Earth Week. We’ve already seen the art out in the streets and in use at events in Colorado, Maryland, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, …

Banks cut it out or we'll cut it up

TODAY is the 3.21.23 Day of Action to Stop Dirty Banks!

In light of the recent upheavals in the banking sector and the greater concentration of deposits in the large Wall Street banks, now more than ever we need to demand that these banks use their power and funds responsibly. The banks must manage both financial risks and climate risks; indeed climate risks ARE financial risks. …

Banks cut it out or we'll cut it up

Are you ready to break up a big, dirty bank this week?

This Tuesday, March 21, is our big day of action to demand banks stop funding climate chaos. I’m on my way to DC, to join Sierra Club Director ben Jealous and Third Act founder Bill McKibben for a “rocking chair rebellion” by older activists, backed up by plenty of art, music, and direct action in …

Sen Schumer and Manchin

It’s still time to remove Manchin from his dirty dealing chair

As we’ve been telling you, Senator Joe Manchin (jerkface-WV) continues to push for his zombie like dirty deal that would fast track fossil fuel infrastructure and harmfully impact frontline communities. But we haven’t mentioned lately that in addition to threatening our climate and communities, Manchin’s dirty deal is a huge conflict of interest. Manchin still …