• YOU'RE WORRIED ABOUT COW FARTS? Cow Farts Don't Matter - More Climate Change Lies Debunked
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  • Sixteen Child Petitioners Filed A Historic Complaint With The U.N. Here's WHY, In Their Own Words
    Sixteen young people from around the world filed an official complaint this week to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child, calling out the lack of government action on the climate crisis.

    Crafted by petitioners from 12 countries and between the ages of 8 and 17, the landmark case alleges that U.N. member states’ failure to properly address the climate crisis constitutes a violation of child rights.

    Speaking on stage, the youth activists shared their names and explained their motivations for filing a complaint and organizing to fight against climate change.

    “The world signed a contract between generations that the present world would leave a world worth inheriting to the future,” said 14-year-old activist Alexandria Villaseñor as she introduced her fellow petitioners.

    “And today I want to tell the world, you are defaulting on that contract and we are here to collect.”
    #ClimateViolations #ClimateCrisis #ClimateCrime #GretaNailedIt
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    Democracy Now! 9/24/19
    Sixteen Child Petitioners Filed A Historic Complaint With The U.N. Here's WHY, In Their Own Words Sixteen young people from around the world filed an official complaint this week to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child, calling out the lack of government action on the climate crisis. Crafted by petitioners from 12 countries and between the ages of 8 and 17, the landmark case alleges that U.N. member states’ failure to properly address the climate crisis constitutes a violation of child rights. Speaking on stage, the youth activists shared their names and explained their motivations for filing a complaint and organizing to fight against climate change. “The world signed a contract between generations that the present world would leave a world worth inheriting to the future,” said 14-year-old activist Alexandria Villaseñor as she introduced her fellow petitioners. “And today I want to tell the world, you are defaulting on that contract and we are here to collect.” #ClimateViolations #ClimateCrisis #ClimateCrime #GretaNailedIt https://youtu.be/zUZGqs0gyGA Democracy Now! 9/24/19
    Sixteen child petitioners filed a historic complaint with the U.N. Here's why, in their own words.
    Sixteen young people from around the world filed an official complaint this week to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child, calling out the ...
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  • Top U.S. & World Headlines — Amy Goodman
    In a stinging speech on Monday, the teenage Swedish climate activist told governments that “you are still not mature enough to tell it like it is. You are failing us. But the young people are starting to understand your betrayal.”

    Days after millions of young people joined protests worldwide to demand emergency action on climate change, leaders gathered for the annual United Nations general assembly aiming to inject fresh momentum into efforts to curb carbon emissions.

    But Thunberg predicted the summit would not deliver any new plans in line with the radical cuts in greenhouse gas emissions that scientists say are needed to avoid catastrophic climate breakdown.

    “You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words,” a visibly emotional Thunberg said.
    #GretaNailsIt #UNClimateSummit #ClimateCrisis #ClimateCrime
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    Democracy Now! 9/23/19
    Top U.S. & World Headlines — Amy Goodman In a stinging speech on Monday, the teenage Swedish climate activist told governments that “you are still not mature enough to tell it like it is. You are failing us. But the young people are starting to understand your betrayal.” Days after millions of young people joined protests worldwide to demand emergency action on climate change, leaders gathered for the annual United Nations general assembly aiming to inject fresh momentum into efforts to curb carbon emissions. But Thunberg predicted the summit would not deliver any new plans in line with the radical cuts in greenhouse gas emissions that scientists say are needed to avoid catastrophic climate breakdown. “You have stolen my dreams and my childhood with your empty words,” a visibly emotional Thunberg said. #GretaNailsIt #UNClimateSummit #ClimateCrisis #ClimateCrime https://youtu.be/9PD5eDi-rnk Democracy Now! 9/23/19
    Top U.S. & World Headlines — September 23, 2019
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  • On Climate Strike Eve, 450+ Activists and Groups Urge United Nations to Back Global Fracking Ban
    https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/09/19/climate-strike-eve-450-activists-and-groups-urge-united-nations-back-global-fracking
    Jessica Corbett, staff writer

    On the eve of a global climate strike and just days before a major United Nations climate summit, more than 450 environmental activists and organizations sent an open letter Thursday to U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres urging him to support a global ban on fracking for fossil fuels, highlighting growing concerns about public health and the climate emergency.

    "As you are aware, man made climate change is the biggest and most comprehensive existential threat humanity has ever faced—apart from a nuclear war," the letter reads. "However, at a time when global forces must be combined to combat the foreseeable and enfolding mass extinction of our planet, the oil and gas industry—backed by many irresponsible governments—bets on a fossil fuels extraction technique that will destroy the joint forces of humanity: hydraulic fracturing, better known as fracking."

    Organized by the U.S. advocacy group Food & Water Action, its European arm Food & Water Europe, and Pennsylvania-based air quality group the Breathe Project, the letter lays out the oil and gas industry's contributions to methane emissions, how hydraulic fracturing supports the plastics industry, and the environmental, health, and human rights implications of fracking.

    Food & Water Action @fwaction
    We wrote a letter to the @UN to ask them to finally call to #banfracking everywhere.

    Over 400 people and orgs have signed it, including @MarkRuffalo and Emma Thompson!

    RT pls — it's time to stop endangering our future so oil execs can turn a profit! https://www.foodandwaterwatch.org/news/mark-ruffalo-emma-thompson-among-400-call-un-demand-ban-fracking?ms=some_tw_09182019_letter-UN-landing&oms=some_tw_09182019_letter-UN-landing

    Mark Ruffalo, Emma Thompson Among 400+ To Call On UN To Demand A Ban
    On the eve of the youth-led climate strikes that will pack the streets and cities all across the globe, actors Mark Ruffalo and Emma Thompson and inspiring authors like Naomi Klein and Bill McKibben
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    8:57 AM - Sep 19, 2019

    Letter signatory Robert Howarth, a Cornell University professor of ecology and environmental biology whose research on methane leaks has exposed climate impacts of fracking, explained Thursday that "over the past decade, methane levels have been rising rapidly in the atmosphere, contributing significantly to the unprecedented global climate disruption seen in recent years."

    "Over 60 percent of the increased global methane emissions are from the oil and gas industry, and shale gas development in North America is responsible for one-third of the increased emissions from all sources," Howarth said in a statement. "Fracking for shale gas is a climate disaster."

    As actress and U.N. Human Rights Champion Amber Heard put it: "Every well and every pipeline adds more methane and carbon dioxide to the atmosphere and pushes us closer to the edge of the climate cliff. The science demands, and our children demand, a global ban on fracking."

    Biologist Sandra Steingraber, a longtime critic of fracking, pointed out that "a decade ago, when there were only nine scientific studies on the impacts of fracking, some political leaders suggested that fracking might serve as a bridge to a stable climate. Now there are 1,800 studies, and the science is clear."

    "Fracking is making the climate crisis worse," said Steingraber. "Fracking is destroying drinking water and undermining human rights around the world. Fracking is harming health through toxic air pollution and supporting a polluting plastics industry that is killing our oceans. Our planet is on fire, but fracking is not an evacuation bridge nor a fire extinguisher. Fracking is an arsonist that needs to be stopped everywhere and right now."

    Dr. Sandra Steingraber @ssteingraber1
    Proud to be a signatory on this letter to UN Secretary General. #Fracking is incompatible with climate solutions and is a public health menace. #AsktheSG: There's #NoRoomForGas in the Carbon budge. To stop the #ClimateCrisis we must #BanFrackingNow https://twitter.com/ssteingraber1/status/1174693879779643392
    Dr. Sandra Steingraber @ssteingraber1
    On the Eve of Global Climate Strikes and Summit, Celebrities, Advocates and Grassroots Groups Call on UN to Endorse Worldwide Fracking Ban https://www.foodandwatereurope.org/pressreleases/on-the-eve-of-global-climate-strikes-and-summit-celebrities-advocates-and-grassroots-groups-call-on-un-to-endorse-worldwide-fracking-ban/
    9:40 AM - Sep 19, 2019

    Concerned Health Professionals of New York—which Steingraber co-founded—and Physicians for Social Responsibility in June published a comprehensive analysis of nearly 1,500 scientific, government, and media reports detailing the various health and climate consequences of fracking. The analysis noted with alarm that U.S. oil and gas production, backed by President Donald Trump's administration, "has spurred a massive build-out of fracking infrastructure."

    Without increased public opposition and government regulation, that build-out is only expected to continue throughout the United States. A first-of-its-kind report released in June by Food & Water Watch showcased more than 700 recently built or proposed facilities across three industries that benefit from and help fuel the U.S. fracking boom: the petrochemical and plastics industries, gas exporters building liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals, and natural gas-fired power plants.

    Wenonah Hauter—founder and executive director of Food & Water Watch, Food & Water Action, and Food & Water Europe—noted in a statement Thursday that U.S. opponents of fracking have had some success in reining in related industries.

    "In more than a decade of fighting fracking in the U.S., we've banned it in multiple states and made great progress elevating the issue globally. But there is much more work to do," she said.

    "The fracking surge in the U.S. has been a boon for the polluting petrochemical industry, which turns fracked gas into plastics. Our planet and our oceans are drowning in plastic and fracking companies are profiting," Hauter added. "This needs to stop once and for all. We need a global ban on fracking."

    The letter to Gutteres makes the case that "directly affected regions and communities all over the world rely on a strong and bold public position of the United Nations on this significant and existential issue." Signatories call on the U.N. chief "to accept this climate champion role" and vocally support a worldwide fracking ban.

    Groups backing the letter include the Break Free From Plastic Movement, Friends of the Earth, Oil Change International, Greenpeace Australia Pacific, Alianza Mexicana contra el Fracking, Support Centre for Land Change South Africa, and SumOfUs. Individuals include activists Karenna Gore, Naomi Klein, and Bill McKibben; human rights attorney Jennifer Robinson; children's singer Raffi; fashion icons Vivienne Westwood and Joe Corré; and actors Emma Thompson and Mark Ruffalo.

    "The climate emergency is a casting call for heroes, and we need everyone to show up," said Ruffalo. "Step one is to stand up and say, loudly and clearly, that there is no place for fracking on a climate-destabilized planet."
    On Climate Strike Eve, 450+ Activists and Groups Urge United Nations to Back Global Fracking Ban https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/09/19/climate-strike-eve-450-activists-and-groups-urge-united-nations-back-global-fracking Jessica Corbett, staff writer On the eve of a global climate strike and just days before a major United Nations climate summit, more than 450 environmental activists and organizations sent an open letter Thursday to U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres urging him to support a global ban on fracking for fossil fuels, highlighting growing concerns about public health and the climate emergency. "As you are aware, man made climate change is the biggest and most comprehensive existential threat humanity has ever faced—apart from a nuclear war," the letter reads. "However, at a time when global forces must be combined to combat the foreseeable and enfolding mass extinction of our planet, the oil and gas industry—backed by many irresponsible governments—bets on a fossil fuels extraction technique that will destroy the joint forces of humanity: hydraulic fracturing, better known as fracking." Organized by the U.S. advocacy group Food & Water Action, its European arm Food & Water Europe, and Pennsylvania-based air quality group the Breathe Project, the letter lays out the oil and gas industry's contributions to methane emissions, how hydraulic fracturing supports the plastics industry, and the environmental, health, and human rights implications of fracking. Food & Water Action @fwaction We wrote a letter to the @UN to ask them to finally call to #banfracking everywhere. Over 400 people and orgs have signed it, including @MarkRuffalo and Emma Thompson! RT pls — it's time to stop endangering our future so oil execs can turn a profit! https://www.foodandwaterwatch.org/news/mark-ruffalo-emma-thompson-among-400-call-un-demand-ban-fracking?ms=some_tw_09182019_letter-UN-landing&oms=some_tw_09182019_letter-UN-landing … Mark Ruffalo, Emma Thompson Among 400+ To Call On UN To Demand A Ban On the eve of the youth-led climate strikes that will pack the streets and cities all across the globe, actors Mark Ruffalo and Emma Thompson and inspiring authors like Naomi Klein and Bill McKibben foodandwaterwatch.org 8:57 AM - Sep 19, 2019 Letter signatory Robert Howarth, a Cornell University professor of ecology and environmental biology whose research on methane leaks has exposed climate impacts of fracking, explained Thursday that "over the past decade, methane levels have been rising rapidly in the atmosphere, contributing significantly to the unprecedented global climate disruption seen in recent years." "Over 60 percent of the increased global methane emissions are from the oil and gas industry, and shale gas development in North America is responsible for one-third of the increased emissions from all sources," Howarth said in a statement. "Fracking for shale gas is a climate disaster." As actress and U.N. Human Rights Champion Amber Heard put it: "Every well and every pipeline adds more methane and carbon dioxide to the atmosphere and pushes us closer to the edge of the climate cliff. The science demands, and our children demand, a global ban on fracking." Biologist Sandra Steingraber, a longtime critic of fracking, pointed out that "a decade ago, when there were only nine scientific studies on the impacts of fracking, some political leaders suggested that fracking might serve as a bridge to a stable climate. Now there are 1,800 studies, and the science is clear." "Fracking is making the climate crisis worse," said Steingraber. "Fracking is destroying drinking water and undermining human rights around the world. Fracking is harming health through toxic air pollution and supporting a polluting plastics industry that is killing our oceans. Our planet is on fire, but fracking is not an evacuation bridge nor a fire extinguisher. Fracking is an arsonist that needs to be stopped everywhere and right now." Dr. Sandra Steingraber @ssteingraber1 Proud to be a signatory on this letter to UN Secretary General. #Fracking is incompatible with climate solutions and is a public health menace. #AsktheSG: There's #NoRoomForGas in the Carbon budge. To stop the #ClimateCrisis we must #BanFrackingNow https://twitter.com/ssteingraber1/status/1174693879779643392 … Dr. Sandra Steingraber @ssteingraber1 On the Eve of Global Climate Strikes and Summit, Celebrities, Advocates and Grassroots Groups Call on UN to Endorse Worldwide Fracking Ban https://www.foodandwatereurope.org/pressreleases/on-the-eve-of-global-climate-strikes-and-summit-celebrities-advocates-and-grassroots-groups-call-on-un-to-endorse-worldwide-fracking-ban/ … 9:40 AM - Sep 19, 2019 Concerned Health Professionals of New York—which Steingraber co-founded—and Physicians for Social Responsibility in June published a comprehensive analysis of nearly 1,500 scientific, government, and media reports detailing the various health and climate consequences of fracking. The analysis noted with alarm that U.S. oil and gas production, backed by President Donald Trump's administration, "has spurred a massive build-out of fracking infrastructure." Without increased public opposition and government regulation, that build-out is only expected to continue throughout the United States. A first-of-its-kind report released in June by Food & Water Watch showcased more than 700 recently built or proposed facilities across three industries that benefit from and help fuel the U.S. fracking boom: the petrochemical and plastics industries, gas exporters building liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals, and natural gas-fired power plants. Wenonah Hauter—founder and executive director of Food & Water Watch, Food & Water Action, and Food & Water Europe—noted in a statement Thursday that U.S. opponents of fracking have had some success in reining in related industries. "In more than a decade of fighting fracking in the U.S., we've banned it in multiple states and made great progress elevating the issue globally. But there is much more work to do," she said. "The fracking surge in the U.S. has been a boon for the polluting petrochemical industry, which turns fracked gas into plastics. Our planet and our oceans are drowning in plastic and fracking companies are profiting," Hauter added. "This needs to stop once and for all. We need a global ban on fracking." The letter to Gutteres makes the case that "directly affected regions and communities all over the world rely on a strong and bold public position of the United Nations on this significant and existential issue." Signatories call on the U.N. chief "to accept this climate champion role" and vocally support a worldwide fracking ban. Groups backing the letter include the Break Free From Plastic Movement, Friends of the Earth, Oil Change International, Greenpeace Australia Pacific, Alianza Mexicana contra el Fracking, Support Centre for Land Change South Africa, and SumOfUs. Individuals include activists Karenna Gore, Naomi Klein, and Bill McKibben; human rights attorney Jennifer Robinson; children's singer Raffi; fashion icons Vivienne Westwood and Joe Corré; and actors Emma Thompson and Mark Ruffalo. "The climate emergency is a casting call for heroes, and we need everyone to show up," said Ruffalo. "Step one is to stand up and say, loudly and clearly, that there is no place for fracking on a climate-destabilized planet."
    On Climate Strike Eve, 450+ Activists and Groups Urge United Nations to Back Global Fracking Ban
    "Our planet is on fire, but fracking is not an evacuation bridge nor a fire extinguisher. Fracking is an arsonist that needs to be stopped."
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  • Greta Thunberg Meets With US Lawmakers To Discuss Climate Crisis
    Nobel Peace Prize nominee Greta Thunberg, 16, holds a news conference on the climate crisis with Senator Ed Markey and other US lawmakers #ClimateCrisis #GretaThunberg #ClimateChange #GuardianNews
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    Guardian News 9/17/19
    Greta Thunberg Meets With US Lawmakers To Discuss Climate Crisis Nobel Peace Prize nominee Greta Thunberg, 16, holds a news conference on the climate crisis with Senator Ed Markey and other US lawmakers #ClimateCrisis #GretaThunberg #ClimateChange #GuardianNews https://youtu.be/MzQDwJffQqs Guardian News 9/17/19
    Greta Thunberg meets with US lawmakers to discuss climate crisis – watch live
    Nobel Peace Prize nominee Greta Thunberg, 16, holds a news conference on the climate crisis with Senator Ed Markey and other US lawmakers #ClimateCrisis #Gre...
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  • Climate Crisis Town Hall - No Big Deal...Hell, The Imperial Dems Don't Want To Talk About It In the Next Debates-It's ONLY The Number One Existential Threat To Our F%*@ING Future.Greta Is Traveling By Sailboat To Garner Activist Support...But Just In Case You Like BREATHING, For Instance, Listen To Bernie Push FOR SOME ACTION!
    Bernie: "When it comes to ensuring a livable planet for our grandkids we cannot take half measures. We are going to pass a Green New Deal, create 20 million jobs and avert climate catastrophe."
    #ClimateCrisis #DNCNonDebates #DNCDiddlesMotherNature #Bernie2020 #BernieForSolarBernRelief #BernieTownHallEatThatDNC
    https://youtu.be/ueKwo-Uiloo
    Bernie Sanders 8/28/19
    Climate Crisis Town Hall - No Big Deal...Hell, The Imperial Dems Don't Want To Talk About It In the Next Debates-It's ONLY The Number One Existential Threat To Our F%*@ING Future.Greta Is Traveling By Sailboat To Garner Activist Support...But Just In Case You Like BREATHING, For Instance, Listen To Bernie Push FOR SOME ACTION! Bernie: "When it comes to ensuring a livable planet for our grandkids we cannot take half measures. We are going to pass a Green New Deal, create 20 million jobs and avert climate catastrophe." #ClimateCrisis #DNCNonDebates #DNCDiddlesMotherNature #Bernie2020 #BernieForSolarBernRelief #BernieTownHallEatThatDNC https://youtu.be/ueKwo-Uiloo Bernie Sanders 8/28/19
    Climate Crisis Town Hall
    When it comes to ensuring a livable planet for our grandkids we cannot take half measures. We are going to pass a Green New Deal, create 20 million jobs and ...
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  • Greta Thunberg's Entire Speech At Her Historic New York Arrival
    As she arrived hours earlier, she spent most of the time it took to dock waving at well-wishers and groups of Climate Activists along the NY waterfront standing like a warrior queen on the prow of the trim non-motorized Malizia II sailing vessel donated courtesy of Monaco Royal Family.

    Tired, but buoyed by the enthusiastic crowd she nethertheless shared her heart and thoughts with the eager crowd, even taking time to answer questions.
    #Malizia #GretaThunberg #NewYorkHarborArrival #SchoolStrike #ClimateCrisis
    https://youtu.be/UdELhIdlZVM
    Expressen TV 8/28/19
    Greta Thunberg's Entire Speech At Her Historic New York Arrival As she arrived hours earlier, she spent most of the time it took to dock waving at well-wishers and groups of Climate Activists along the NY waterfront standing like a warrior queen on the prow of the trim non-motorized Malizia II sailing vessel donated courtesy of Monaco Royal Family. Tired, but buoyed by the enthusiastic crowd she nethertheless shared her heart and thoughts with the eager crowd, even taking time to answer questions. #Malizia #GretaThunberg #NewYorkHarborArrival #SchoolStrike #ClimateCrisis https://youtu.be/UdELhIdlZVM Expressen TV 8/28/19
    Greta Thunberg's speech at New York arrival
    Greta Thunberg arrived in New York Wednesday.
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  • 2 Absolutely Terrifying Climate Stories-CNN ACTUALLY Contributed Much Useful Footage And Data About This [Ah Well...Everyone Has An Off Day]
    #KyleKulinski #SecularTalk #ClimateCrisis #CNN
    https://youtu.be/3GDYuJDP8ak
    Secular Talk 8/24/19
    2 Absolutely Terrifying Climate Stories-CNN ACTUALLY Contributed Much Useful Footage And Data About This [Ah Well...Everyone Has An Off Day] #KyleKulinski #SecularTalk #ClimateCrisis #CNN https://youtu.be/3GDYuJDP8ak Secular Talk 8/24/19
    2 Absolutely Terrifying Climate Stories
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