If you care, then do something

Do you care about climate change? The ecological crisis? Mass extinction? Tiny plastic particles falling from the sky? Do you think our leaders are doing anything about it? Do they care? I have written elected leaders in the state of Arizona and Congress on this issue. Most haven’t responded. Senators Sinema and McSally, respond with […]

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Global Climate Strike Flagstaff

On September 20, three days before the UN Climate Summit in NYC, young people and adults will walk out of their homes, schools, and workplaces all across the US and world to peacefully demand transformative action be taken to address the climate crisis. These non-violent strikes on the 20th will launch us into a week […]

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Administration continues to fight against environmental regulations

Whether it be suing four major auto makers, Ford Motor Company, Volkswagen of America, Honda and BMW, about striking a deal with California to improve the gas mileage of cars – 51 MPG by 2026 – or rolling back new Federal Rules on Methane emissions, this White House is determined to harm the environment. Time […]

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Support our youth, support our planet

Raging fires in the Amazon. Category 5 hurricanes pummeling coastlines. Hottest July globally on record. What do these events have in common? The need for climate action now and community support and togetherness. On Sept. 20, students all over the world will participate in the Global Climate Strike to bring awareness to the climate crisis, […]

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Flagstaff Climate Town Hall

Elders Climate Action (ECA) Arizona Chapter with the financial support of an EDF Summer of Action 2019 grant is hosting Climate Town Hall meetings that will bring together intergenerational, multi-cultural, and interfaith communities to address the urgency of the climate crisis and the necessity for immediate action.  The intent is to bring diverse voices together […]

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Future voters coming together to take action

My name is Clarice Linskey, I am a high school student that is passionate about climate change. Climate change causes extreme heat waves, unprecedented weather patterns, increased frequency and intensity of devastating forest fires, drought, flooding and rising sea levels. Not only does it affect the health and preservation of biodiversity on Earth, but also […]

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CNN Climate Forum

CNN has organized a “Climate Crisis Townhall,” during which 10 of the top Democratic contenders will appear one after the other on stage to present their plans and answer questions posed by a studio audience, CNN’s Chief Climate Correspondent Bill Weir, and other CNN reporters. This event will take place this Wednesday, September 4. The candidate lineup […]

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McSally Insults Our Intelligence

For any city, one natural disaster is a nightmare. Right now, Flagstaff is dealing with two at once.  The Museum Fire, which is currently only 12% contained, continues to threaten homes, with thousands of people on alert for a possible evacuation order. At the same time, monsoon thunderstorms combined with newly burned areas have created ideal […]

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Climate Debate Ruckus

The demand for a Presidential Debate focused exclusively on climate change is turning into another test of grassroots power in the Democratic Party. The Democratic National Committee set up a series of 12 debates for the 2020 cycle, none with a single focus. In the face of pressure to hold a single-issue debate focused of […]

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Protect Our Water Arizona

Northern Arizona Climate Change Alliance (NAZCCA) is hosting a talk by Kevin Gibson B.Sc. PhD with “Protect Our Water Arizona” who will discuss the risk to water supplies from fracking in Northern AZ and Statewide, and especially for Red Gap Ranch. This presentation will include explanations of the different fracking techniques and various terminology used […]

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