We are facing a climate emergency, but many individuals and parties, such as 350.org, Sunrise Movement, and Our Children's Trust, are taking action. On Thursday, climate and environmental activists and advocates convened at the New York Society for Ethical Culture to discuss tactics being used today to fight for climate justice. Read more about this event in my blog post.
The #HumanImpactsInstitute hosted an event to discuss how people from different sectors are taking #climateaction and dealing with conservative forces in the government and media. I have captured some of my main takeaways on how to tackle #climatechange in the face of adversity in three ways.
Hundreds of thousands of acres of forests have been burnt to a crisp in California, the human death toll count is rising, and countless animals have lost their habitats due to this tragic ongoing event due to #drought and #climatechange. Want to do something for the firefighters and victims? Here's how you can help.
On 9/8/18, the global community mobilized to #RiseforClimate. What are the next steps? I suggest some calls to action for our elected officials to consider and hope you can join me in advocating for one, some, all, or more of these suggestions to address #climatechange and protect our #environment.
This evening, over 3,000 New Yorkers took to the streets of FiDi for the Rise for Climate March demanding Governor Andrew Cuomo, Mayor Bill de Blasio, and other elected officials to denounce fossil fuels, divest from fossil fuel money, and move NYC and NYS in the direction of renewable energy. Since This is Zero Hour’s … Continue reading New Yorkers Rise for Climate Action
30 Years Have Gone by and We Still Haven't Tackled Climate Change
#ThisIsZeroHour is everything I could have imagined: young people convening to urge our governments to take climate action before it's too late. It's OUR responsibility to demand policies to protect our planet for our future.