Daily Archives: April 21, 2017

Secretary Perry at Earth Day Texas 2017 (U.S. Department of Energy)


A People’s Climate Movement: Indigenous, Labor, Faith Groups Prepare for Historic March

Democracy Now!

Published on Sep 19, 2014

http://democracynow.org – New York City is set to host what could be the largest climate change protest in history. Organizers expect more than 100,000 people to converge for a People’s Climate March on Sunday. Some 2,000 solidarity events are scheduled around the world this weekend ahead of Tuesday’s United Nations climate summit. We spend the hour with four participants representing the labor, indigenous, faith and climate justice communities: Rev. Dr. Serene Jones is the president of Union Theological Seminary, which recently voted to divest from fossil fuels; Lidy Nacpil is a member of the Philippine Movement for Climate Justice; Clayton Thomas-Muller is co-director of the Indigenous Tar Sands Campaign in Canada and a member of the Idle No More campaign; and Estela Vázquez is executive vice president of 1199 SEIU, which is expected to bring thousands of union members to the march.

(50) A New Kind of Climate Movement


Published on Jun 24, 2015

Over the past few months an ever growing coalition has been steadily organizing towards what could be the most diverse march for climate and economic justice in Canada. This is the story of how the March for Jobs, Justice & the Climate has come together. RSVP for the March at http://jobsjusticeclimate.ca

Video produced by Kai RW in collaboration with Beyond Crisis Film. http://www.beyondcrisisfilm.com/

Off and On: The Climate Movement and the Road Through Paris


Streamed live on Sep 10, 2015

(50) The hard truth about the Paris climate deal


Published on Dec 14, 2015

Secretary Perry at Earth Day Texas 2017 (U.S. Department of Energy)

Lead Contamination Beyond Flint: Drinking Water and Children’s Health

Lagarde: Open trade must be preserved as a growth engine

Global Food Security Index: Experts Help Add Environmental Factors


Common Sense