This September the global fight to stop climate change will take center stage in New York with a major “Climate Convergence” conference in NYC from September 19-20 – three days ahead of the U.N.’s special climate summit. Co-organized by Liberty Tree’s Global Climate Convergence campaign along with System Change Not Climate Change, the Climate Convergence conference will be an unprecedented opportunity for diverse movements for democracy to unify around real solutions to the impending climate catastrophe.
Global Climate Convergence Call to Action Video. Produced and directed by Joel M. Peissig, edited by Patrick Griffin and with music by Moby.
New red-green electoral alliances, a turn to ecosocialism and a deepening of the US International Socialist Organization’s rethink on feminism were key features of the ISO’s well-attended Socialism 2014 conference in Chicago.
The Overpass Light Brigade shared their amazing art and organizing talents during Earth Day to May Day 2014 and there are so many moving images that were shared by OLB chapters from across the country and from around the world!
We are excited to announce the upcoming NYC Climate Convergence, happening the weekend of September 19 through the 21*. The Climate Convergence will be a conference, skill share and festival rolled into one – assisting mobilization for change to prevent catastrophic climate change.
While the Obama report provides overwhelming evidence of accelerating climate crisis in the USA in all regions of the country, both Jill and Jack explain it falls way short of proposals to address the growing environmental crisis…
The Global Strike for Fast Food Workers is happening across the country and around the world today (Thursday). The protest is a call for higher pay and worker rights for the estimated four million employees in the fast food industry. One of the events is in Eugene.
There is so much momentum for People, Planet and Peace over Profit! The 10 days of action helped invigorate those who have been educating, agitating and celebrating in support of economic, climate and food democracy. The action also helped grow the movement of people aware of the problems and ready to become a part of the solution as big as the crisis we face by coming together with other groups and demanding change now!
Support the March Against Monsanto! The first march last year was over 2 million people strong and this year’s march is expected to be even bigger. When you march against Monsanto, you are showing your support for food democracy and stand with the movement calling for clean safe food.
The environmental justice movement is unifying! Help build the movement and capture the momentum from the delay of the KXL pipeline and support the government moving away from fossil fuels and embracing clean energy sources.