Fossil fuel racism is driving the climate crisis
Fire Drill Friday
Jane Fonda was joined by Diane Wilson, Executive Director of San Antonio Bay Estuarine Waterkeeper, and Dr. Adrienne L. Hollis, Senior Climate Justice and Health Scientist of Union of Concerned Scientists, in a powerful conversation about how science, policy, and activism build on each other to advance climate justice, public health, and a better world. These two women are going up against the biggest challenges — speaking truth to power, and tackling the climate crisis and through public-facing activism.
Tell Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, and Nestlé to stop fueling the climate crisis
Congress: Support the Break Free From Plastic Pollution Act of 2021
Congress: Pass the Illegal Fishing and Forced Labor Prevention Act
President Biden: Which Future Will You Deliver?
Tell Biden: Ban New Oil and Gas Permits
Walmart: Remove false recycling labels from plastic products NOW
Tell President-elect Biden: Build back fossil-free
Compassion and Justice—Together
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