The First Three Climate Picnics are the books — but we hope to do more, and maybe you will too! Here’s a how-to guide if you want to plan your own. The basic plan is this — we are going to gather in the Southeast corner of Christie Pits Park, bring our signs and songs … Continue reading Climate Picnic Overview
This recent tweet from the stellar climate writer Eric Holthaus pretty much sums up both the mental state and mission statement of Climate Pledge Collective. I wouldn’t personally go so far as to say nothing is working. Climate organizers have had a lot of successes — public perceptions of climate risk are changing rapidly, renewable … Continue reading DAILY LIFE: Changing the Climate Organizing Game
Stop, Children. What’s that sound? Everybody look what’s going down. The basic plan is this — we are going to gather in the Southeast corner of Christie Pits Park, bring our signs and songs and musical instruments, and then sit down on the grass and eat while we talk about what we can do … Continue reading Climate Picnic 2019
Currently we have a large set of Fridays for Future Resources and a more general flyer that you can print and hand out anywhere in the world to teach people the broad strokes of our climate crisis and point them to further action!
It’s time for all of us to turn over a new leaf and burn less carbon in 2019. This graph shows why it’s so important that we start cutting immediately. If we had started reducing emissions around 2000 we would have had until AFTER 2100 to get to net-zero. If we keep delaying action for another … Continue reading New Year’s Resolution: Burn Less Carbon