Last May, the world-famous Louvre Museum in the heart of Paris had to be closed to rescue thousands of artworks...
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On January 23rd in the first 100 hours after Inauguration, students are holding nationwide actions -- calling on their campuses to resist and reject Trump's climate denial by divesting from the fossil fuel industry and reinvesting in solutions to the climate crisis.
As divestment organizers gear up to take bold action in Trump's first 100 hours, it's important to reflect on where our movement is and where we are going. We accomplished a lot in 2016. Here are some the major victories we're building on:
On January 23rd, students across the country are walking out of class to stand up to Trump's climate denial and demand that our institutions take leadership for climate justice. Now is the time to divest from fossil fuels and reinvest in a just transition. Join the call and sign up now. #ResistRejectDenial
We gathered because the urgency to act on climate and cut ties to all fossil fuel companies has never felt as urgent as it feels right now.
On December 4th, the Obama Administration announced that it will not grant Energy Transfer Partners the final permit for the...
New York: Be the beacon of climate action we need. #DivestNY
Top US museum responds to the calls scientists and activists like you prioritizing climate risk and solutions, and exemplifying leadership for institutional action on climate
Friends, 2016 has been a tough year for the climate movement. Devastating climate impacts have been accelerating and an increasingly...
“As laureates and scientists embracing Alfred Nobel’s final words, it is our expectation that the Nobel Foundation also act in the interest of humankind which includes caring for the health of the planet which we all rely upon,”