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Article chemical/x-genbankThe Youth Movement Goes to Copenhagen
This fall, youth around the world demonstrated their determination to stop catastrophic climate change. In Copenhagen, they're pushing their leaders to do the same.
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Article chemical/x-genbankClimate and Capitalism in Copenhagen
The climate problem cannot be addressed without addressing capitalism's incessant drive, motivated by the search for profit, to transform living nature into dead commodities.
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ArticleResource Guide for Climate Action
Movements and resources to save our climate now.
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ArticleClimate Hero Clayton Thomas-Müller
Clayton Thomas-Müller is working to keep corporations from privatizing the atmosphere, as they have privatized the land and exploited the natural resources that once belonged to the First Nations of Canada.
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Article object codeClimate Hero Kumi Naidoo
Kumi Naidoo is building a global movement to force world leaders to adopt a binding agreement on climate change. He is executive director of Greenpeace International and has led TckTckTck, a global campaign for climate action.
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ArticleClimate Action: What Will it Take to Avert Disastrous Climate Change?
We thought we had 20, 30, 50 years to take on the climate crisis. We were wrong. The scary science, smart policies, and critical actions that could still avert disaster.
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Article C headerThe Climate Justice Movement Breaks Through
Direct Action Heats Up. As the urgency of the crisis grows, so do the world’s climate justice movements.
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Article C headerHow to Break the Climate Stalemate Between the Global South and the North
Rich and poor countries are in this together. If either fails to step up, the planet is in trouble. A climate deal must take into account the Global North’s responsibility for nearly 70 percent of greenhouse pollution and the Global South’s need to move out of poverty. The North must cut back sharply on emissions while the South leapfrogs over the industrial age to clean-energy prosperity.
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ArticleWhy We Find It So Hard to Act Against Climate Change
Solving the “It’s not my problem” problem. A psychologist on what keeps us from coming to terms with the climate crisis.
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ArticleThere's Still Enough Time to Avert Climate Chaos
Editor Sarah van Gelder's introduction to Climate Action, the Winter 2010 issue of YES! Magazine.
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