Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Diffuse the CARBON BOMBS!! Divest in Fossil Fuels!


The fight for Climate Justice is social, racial, gender and migrant justice. 
If we are going to change WE NEED EVERYONE!!

350.org is powered by hundreds of thousands of activists around the world dedicating their time and talents to solving the climate crisis. In other words, 350.org is you. The 350 movement is coordinated by a core team of staff distributed over fifteen countries: http://350.org/about/team/ 

Off and On: The Climate Movement and the Road Through Paris



Australian Coal
Canadian Tar Sands
Chinese Coal Expansion
Arctic Oil
Indonesian Coal Mines
U.S. Public Lands
Caspian Gas Fields
Indian Coal Expansion
Brazilian Oil-Gas
German Coal Mines



What if confronting the climate crisis is the best chance we’ll ever get to build a better world?

This Changes Everything Capitalism Vs. The Climate


Published on Sep 23, 2015
One of Alberta’s biggest solar projects has been built in one of the most unlikely places—the heart of Canada’s Peace River oil sands. This summer the community of Little Buffalo launched the Piitapan Solar Project, a 20.8kW renewable energy installation that powers the health centre. The inspiring 80-panel solar project was developed in a bid to create more green jobs and reduce reliance on fossil fuels.

SOLAR IN THE TAR SANDS features Melina Laboucan-Massimo and community members of Lubicon Lake installing solar panels for their community health center. After decades of detrimental impacts from immense resource extraction and a recent massive oil spill in Lubicon territory, this community is showing the world and other First Nation communities that the shift to renewables is possible.


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