Shoe Strike for Climate Justice

Bring your shoes and protest signs for Climate Justice to the drop-off locations before 8/27/20. If you would like your shoes returned, please place your name and contact information in each shoe/on each sign. We will get them back to you. (Unwanted shoes will be donated to local thrift shop). Locations of drop-off boxes: 3855 […]

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Democratic Politics Lunch

Dara Marks Marino, National Tribal Air Association – Research Specialist, Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals, Northern Arizona University will speak on current events and local impacts of the Climate Crisis. Join us at the Weatherford for lunch off the menu or just to listen and ask questions!

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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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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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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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