Join us at the Crisis Convening in Newark, NJ this July

Every year, communities are affected by “extreme environmental events.” These might include hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes, or floods. There are, of course, official response agencies with mandates to rescue, feed, heal, and rebuild; however, the true first responders are always people who live in the affected regions — neighbors and community leaders. Continue reading

The Story Continues, Make Your Voice Heard

Two years ago today, Hurricane Sandy’s force was felt in 24 states and 7 countries. Two years later, the story continues. Today, through Sandy Storyline, we have the opportunity to tell the story – our stories – ourselves. Whether you were a volunteer, an organizer, or a survivor, your voice matters. Historians are already writing about Sandy – even as … Continue reading

Seas of Resistance

One month ago, global leaders took their seats at the United Nations Climate Summit to discuss the future of our world – a future that affects us all. One month ago, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets for the People’s Climate March and Flood Wall Street, to confront the root cause of the climate crisis – an … Continue reading

Our Power Campaign Peoples Climate March Press Round Up

The Climate Justice Alliance along with allies and friends mobilized in force to the streets of New York City on September 21, 2014 to demand Climate Action rooted in Justice for frontline communities across the U.S. and around the world.  Seven frontline community members from across the U.S. and around the world spoke at the official press conference of the … Continue reading

Sierra Club Memos on Flood Wall Street

Dear Livable-Climate Lovers, Below are Sierra Club internal memos on Flood Wall Street (FWS).  These are a stark reminder that, in this battle between corporations and the climate, green NPO’s are corporations.   (while recognizing the minority that do kick-ass work).   Here are 3 emails, the last which is a post-action mass email that flips on message and mentions FWS.   Share … Continue reading